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Managing Projects: Expert Solutions to Everyday Challenges (Pocket Mentor) Paperback – April 1, 2006
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Key concepts include discovering what key stakeholders want from the project, how to schedule realistically, how to bring together the right team (and what to do with team conflicts), and how to assess the project. Projects in the real world are rarely without hiccups and the book also addresses these with good sections on scope creep and how to address budget overruns.
Included are some practical charts and tables for many segments of a project. It packs a lot into a short volume and would make a handy quick reference.
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This concise book cover the basics of managing a project for those on the run.
It is a very practical book covering Drawing up a realistic schedule and project plan; Monitoring key tasks and benchmarks; Communicating with stakeholders; and Bringing the project to a close.
This book is part of the popular Harvard Business Review’s 20 minute manager series. These books contain quick and helpful advice on management topics.
Recommended for managers that need quick tips as they are handed their next project.
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On this book it is very clear what are the phases of a project management (planing, building up, implementation and close out). Read morePublished 22 months ago by Joao Miguel_IT