The handbook of project-based management: improving the processes for achieving strategic objectives
Demonstrates how to manage change through projects in order to achieve an organization's corporate strategy. Table of Contents--Introduction; Part I: The Context of Projects; Part II: Managing the Project Objectives; Part III: Undertaking Projects; Part IV: Managing Procedures and Systems; Part V: Applications. Index. 225 illustrations.
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A structured approach to managing projects
Projects for implementing corporate strategy
Projects and the parent organization
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