Project management best practices: achieving global excellence
Best practices in the global market for successful project management
Project Management Best Practices: Achieving Global Excellence presents unique, firsthand accounts of how corporations around the world incorporate project management into their strategic business operations. This book is the global-perspective follow-up to Kerzner's bestselling Advanced Project Management: Best Practices on Implementation, Second Edition (0-471-47284-0).
Senior management from more than fifty global Fortune 500 companies-such as Computer Associates, Motorola, Johnson Controls, Nortel, Satyam, and Infosys-present their best practices in project management, including new and previously unpublished material. These industry leaders offer insight into best practices for:
* Project risk management
* Project management for multinational cultures and cultural failures
* Integrated and virtual project teams
Project Management Best Practices: Achieving Global Excellence is a must-have resource for competitive corporate managers, project and team managers, engineers, project team members, and business consultants in today's global market.
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FROM BEST PRACTICE TO MIGRAINE HEADACHE
JOURNEY TO EXCELLENCE
PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGIES
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