Re: Books on document management

Subject: Re: Books on document management
From: Joel Turnipseed <JTurnipseed -at- DATAWORKSMPLS -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 1999 15:59:15 -0600

JoAnn Hackos' book is an excellent place to start, given it's combined
emphasis on both process and project management. I'd say it's the book to
look at first. The Mary Deaton/Cheryl Lockett Zubak book, "Designing
Windows95 Help," also has a lot of good project management ideas. After
that, I'd suggest some of the hoary chestnuts of software project
management, such as Brooks' "The Mythical Man-Month" and Demarcos & Lister's
"Peopleware." You might also want to check out Steve McConnell's "Software
Project Survival Guide," which has great project management tips and tools.
He also has a site, If you're doing a lot of Web-related
work, you might check out David Siegel's "Secrets of Successful Web Sites,"
which is a strong Web project management book (there's also a site, whose
URL I can't recall).


Joel Turnipseed
Technical Writer
Vantage Development
Platinum/DataWorks Corporation

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