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