Project Management for Small Business Made Easy

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Apr 7, 2006 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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Take charge of your business--every step of the way

Are you so busy putting out fires in your business that you don't have time to build your dreams? Put down the fire extinguisher for as long as it takes to read this book, and you'll emerge with a feeling of control you haven't experienced since you started your business. Project management helps you plan for and react to every challenge, opportunity and problem facing your business--tasks as diverse as opening a new location, developing an ad campaign, hiring new staff and more. Project-management strategies will:

  • Allow you to seize opportunities and solve problems
  • Teach you to prioritize projects for the best results
  • Reduce errors and improve your bottom line

Implementing these project-management strategies will help you get the small hassles under control, leaving you free to focus on building the business of your dreams.

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About the author (2006)

Sid Kemp, P.M.P. , former director of the Alamo chapter of the Project Management Institute, is the author of Ultimate Guide to Project Management for Small Business. He is a project management teacher and consultant to Fortune 500 and federal government clients.

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