There are a lot of bibliography in english, of course.
But I want to enumerate some 'practical books' I consider are very useful to improve our skills in project management and to apply different techniques and tools.
First of all, some books I have:
- "Succesful Project Management". Second Edition. The Sunday Times. Trevor L Young.
- "Project Management. Planning & Control Techniques". Third Edition. Wiley. Rory Burke.
- "The Project 50 (Reinventing Work): Fifty Ways to Transform Every "Task" into a Project That Matters!". Borzoi Book. Tom Peters
Of course, there are some books edited by the "Project Management Institute".
Over the years, PMI have developed a library of global standards.
All of them are interesting, but I recomend you, first of all, the PMBOK, of course.
- A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Third Edition
- Construction Extension to the PMBOK® Guide — 2000 Edition (Provisional)
- Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide Third Edition
- Practice Standard for Earned Value Management
- Practice Standard for Project Configuration Management
- Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures — Second Edition
- PeopleProject Manager Competency Development Framework
- Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3®)
- The Standard for Portfolio Management
And of course, you can find a lot of web resources on Internet.
I recommend you: