Step by Step Guide to Project Management: How to Plan and Manage a Successful Project (PM@UTS)

 
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Step by Step Guide to Project Management: How to Plan and Manage a Successful Project (PM@UTS)

Two project management consultants provide a thorough overview of efficient project management in this step-by-step manual. It includes genuine anecdotes and case studies from actual project managers.

This clear manual cuts through the technical lingo to provide a method for carrying out any project from start to finish that is simple to understand and follow. This manual will prove to be an invaluable resource for project managers and anyone who wish to learn more about project management.

This book will improve your knowledge of different project kinds and guide you through the process of starting, planning, carrying out, and finishing small to medium-sized projects.

Although the steps are laid out in a linear fashion, once you get acclimated to the way you think, you will find that you apply the steps iteratively, adapting the tools and processes to the demands of the project and the stakeholders.

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(March 25, 2009)
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PDF, 104 pages, 1.7 MB

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