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Project Management Skills for Instructional Designers: A Practical Guide Paperback – January 20, 2010
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I acknowledge a book on this topic is hard to write. I just wrote a chapter on project management for another book. It's complicated. There are a lot of details to keep track of and the author is dealing with two related subjects. But even at the low price, skip this one. Someone will write a good book on this topic, but this isn't it.
I should have known this would be the case after reading the author's bio on the back cover. She is a project manager who owns a project management consulting company. This is evident in the book and I am sure they are excellent at project management. If there is any real-world instructional design and development experience, however, I would wager it is only with the largest of companies, with equally large budgets, and with much longer time frames than the ridiculous two-week example provided.