Project Management How to plan and deliver a successful project
- Demonstrates how to structure and deliver information clearly
- Written by a professional training facilitator and educator
- Applicable to informal as much as formal development strategies
- Responds to the needs of any workplace situation
- Saves organisations time and therefore serious money
Professional- A Studymates Series
Here is how to plan and deliver a successful project.
Who else needs to manage a project? Well frankly everyone working in the public or private sector. Yet how many of us get adequately trained in how to do it? This is where this book can help. Written by an experienced practitioner, what lies at the beating heart of this book is the structure of a strategy to ensure that every project is successful. If you do what the author says, you will deliver on time and to budget.
This is an essential guide for all people in business, and is a useful tool for Business Studies/Management students.
This book explains how to:
- and deliver a project on time.
Paperback, 246 x 171mm, 160pp
‘…a lively “go to” book, written so that 10 year olds could understand it. This is the gold standard, that all Project Mgmt books should compare to…
Several students have bought copies of this after seeing mine. They literally throw away other books… this is the “bible” for ease of use, and getting the job done
It’s so easy – you can read it in a couple of hours and understand the whole concept, first time!! ‘
Am Shaw (Macclesfield UK) This book follows the Association for Project Management Introductory Certificate syllabus, and as such it is ideal for anyone who is interested in gaining that qualification, and also provides a good starting point for the APMP, which is the next level up. Given that this syllabus covers all the basics for any project, it is also excellent for anyone interested in learning about project management generally. It provides a sound and pretty much jargon-free guide to the principles of project management, and includes a useful case study, which is built up as the reader completes each chapter. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to learn and understand what project management is, and what the Project Manager needs to do to maximise the chances of success.
The amount of research carried out to compile this book is astonishing. The author is very knowledgeable about all aspects of management and makes reference to many known and less well-known principles. The book is written in an easy style with a slightly light hearted approach and is not at all heavy going as some books on this subject I have studied.
This book is helpful to any form of management structure. I particularly like the practical assignments which many books don’t consider. It is also full of definitions and explanatory paragraphs which make this book essential management reading.
I would recommend this book to anyone wishing to progress in management.