Brilliant Project Management: What the Best Project Managers Know, Say And Do

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Pearson Education, 2007 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
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Whether you are organising an important event or heading up a large team, running a project can be a daunting process. Project management is fraught with perils; unfinished and unsuccessful projects are everywhere. In fact, it's more common than not for projects to fail. Spiralling costs and missed deadlines are just part of everyday life for many project managers.

But project management doesn't have to be like this. It is possible to manage projects that consistently succeed. Brilliant Project Management condenses over thirty years of hands-on project management experience to show you what to do in simple, smart and practical steps.

Discover what the best project managers know, say and do - so you won't just be good, you'll be brilliant.

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About the author (2007)

Stephen Barker is a project management consultant with over 15 years experience. His clients range from small technology start-ups to large government departments.

Rob Cole is a project management consultant with over 20 years experience. He runs high profile projects and mentors project managers - specialising in trouble shooting projects.

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