20:20 Project Management: How to Deliver on Time, on Budget and on Spec

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Kogan Page Publishers, Oct 3, 2012 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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20: 20 Project Management is the definitive guide to successful project management in practice, not just in theory. It gives readers exactly what they need to know: how to pull off successful project delivery in the real world - on time, within budget and at the right quality. With a focus on practicality, clarity and applicability, it uses a wide range of international case studies to demonstrate how best practice is applied in the world's leading organizations. Structured around the stages followed by project managers in a real project lifecycle, it is logical and easy to follow. It has a section on specific tools in risk management; project leadership; and project teams; and can be used as a standard text for the syllabi of any of the three global professional bodies in project management - the APM Group; the International Project Management Association and the Project Management Institute.

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Good one for executing a project.


01 Starting your project
02 Defining your project
03 Planning your project
04 Executing your project
05 Risk and your project
06 Estimating your project
07 Project leadership
08 Teams and your project
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Tony Marks is Managing Director of 20:20 Business Insight, the UK's second largest specialist Project Management Training and Consultancy company, with offices worldwide as well as in the UK. He has 30 years' experience in project management - delivering high value projects, consulting and teaching in a wide range of sectors including utilities, nuclear, oil gas, engineering, construction, I.T. and telecoms. He is also lecturer and examiner for The University of Aberdeen on their MSc in Project Management course and is accredited by all three major project management professional bodies.

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