5-phase Project Management: A Practical Planning & Implementation Guide

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Joseph W. Weiss
Addison-Wesley, 1992 - Business & Economics - 121 pages
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Starting and managing new projects in organizations requires creativity and teamwork. Project planning and implementation are often blocked by confusion and conflict over goals, methodologies, and communication bottlenecks. 5-Phase Project Management offers the best project management practices in a simple, easy-to-use format for all project managers. In this practical, step-by-step book, Joe Weiss and Bob Wysocki walk you through each phase of a complex project: definition, planning, implementation, management, and maintenance.

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About the author (1992)

Robert K. Wysocki is president of EII, Inc., a project-management consulting practice specializing in methodology development and team effectiveness. With over thirty-five years of project management and skills training experience, he is co-author of several books in the field. He lives in Worcester, Massachusetts. James P. Lewis is founder of the Lewis Institute, Inc., and is a consultant specializing in project management. The author of six books on project management, he lives in Vinton, Virginia.

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