The Definitive Guide to Project Management: The Fast Track to Getting the Job Done on Time and on Budget

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Pearson Education. Prentice Hall Financial Times, 2007 - Business & Economics - 354 pages
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Successful project management is delivering your projects on time, to brief and within budget. The Definitive Guide to Project Management shows you step by step how to master the techniques of effective project management so that your projects deliver what you want, every time.

Suitable for both beginners and more experienced project managers, The Definitive Guide to Project Management is the essential companion for anyone looking to develop their project management skills. Revised and improved to follow the presigious PMI certification scheme, its indispensable advice can be put to work immediately.

Inside you will find key exam questions, templates and action checklists to help you at each stage of your well-executed project.

Get the job done and on time with The Definitive Guide to Project Management

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Whether you are an old hand at project management or new to the field, this book is a great addition to your library.
Clear, concise and well written, this text provides valuable guidance and
insights into successful project management.
I think this is one of the better PM books on the market today!
Robert Brady
 

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About the author (2007)

Sebastian Nokes is a management consultant and has written and edited several management books. He regularly project-manages programmes of a range of sizes, from smaller projects to multi-million pound projects. He is a member of the PMI and has the Institute?s PMP certification.

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