Successful Project Management: Apply Tried and Tested Techniques Develop Effective PM Skills and Plan Implement and Evaluate

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Kogan Page Publishers, May 3, 2010 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
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The role of project manager requires maintaining a balance between the demands of the customer, project, team and the organization. This provides a real challenge in the fields of time management and prioritization. Successful Project Management will enable any manager to significantly raise the probability of success with their projects and contains practical and well-tested techniques. It covers project conception and start-up, managing project stakeholders, managing risks, project planning, project launch and execution, closure and evaluation.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 What is success?
5
2 The climate for success
13
3 The project process key steps for success
43
4 Project conception and startup
53
5 The definition phase
81
6 Managing the stakeholders
99
7 Managing the risks
113
8 Planning the project
131
9 Launching and executing the project
159
10 Closure and postproject evaluation
193
Further reading
203
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