Teach Yourself Project Management

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McGraw-Hill, Mar 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 165 pages
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Teach Yourself Project Management is a practical introduction to the craft of project management. With diagrams, useful ideas, appropriate methods, check lists, and tools, it explains and illustrates the what, why, when, and how of this form of management. The ultimate guide for all who wish to develop the shills of effective project management. The book shows you how to: manage, plan and organize your project from start to finish create an effective project team estimate and manage your project budgets solve problems, and monitor and control the activities of your project Phil Baguley is an experienced business writer and lecturer. He has held senior management roles in multinational corporations and worked as a management consultant.

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Project priorities
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Summary
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Phil Baguley is a business writer and lecturer. He has held senior management roles in multinational corporations and worked as a management consultant throughtout Europe.

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