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How to successfully manage any project while eliminating bureaucracy and red tape
The project-driven approach has proven its value, leading to spectacular results--projects delivered faster and at a more reasonable cost than ever before. Problem is, the project management process used for large projects is too cumbersome and bureaucratic for the projects most of us face, and is often more complex and costly than the problems it is designed to solve. Sound familiar?
Just Enough Project Management integrates today's most effective project management information and tools into a uniquely straightforward process for managing small to medium sized projects. This valuable and timesaving manual will provide you with:
The fundamental goal of project management is to produce the desired results, on time and on budget. Let Just Enough Project Management show you how to get back to that goal and manage projects that successfully transform your objectives into immediate bottom-line results, instead of simply creating more projects.
Curtis R. Cook, Ph.D., is the former president and CEO of Novations Project Management and a globally renowned project management authority.
This was a good book and would recommend it for project management class.
I was looking for a good basic book to recommend to some PM-phobic coworkers and found the Idiot's and Dummie's editions rather pale and useless.
It's a great book for people looking to get quick hands on training on project management.
Very useful information on any size project. Would recommend this book to anyone who runs any size project in any organization.Published 5 months ago by CarolAnn Levy
It's a great book for people looking to get quick hands on training on project management. Personally speaking, I bought it because it was mandated for my Graduate Studies... Read morePublished 24 months ago by AbbyJ
The book holds its promises. It gives a brief discussion on some essential components of project management. Read morePublished on October 21, 2011 by Jean N. Koster
This book quickly plugged some of the holes in my understanding of project management. It also made the PM discipline more accessible and scalable for smaller projects. Read morePublished on July 19, 2011 by Big Red Sam