Project Management

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Mcgraw-hill, Nov 5, 2001 - Business & Economics - 266 pages
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This reader-friendly series is a must read for all levels of managers

All managers, whether brand-new to their positions or well established in the corporate hierarchy, can use a little brushing-up now and then. The skills-based Briefcase Books Series is filled with ideas and strategies to help managers become more capable, efficient, effective, and valuable to their corporations.

Project Management reviews the steps in organizing and managing projects, from how to build a realistic schedule to how to measure both success and failure. A concise and accessible, yet authoritative, guide to a topic in which books are more often lengthy and technical, Project Management discusses team building, timing, the planning process, estimating project costs, managing project interfaces, the four stages of risk management, and more.

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This book provides a pretty basic introduction to Project Management. If you are looking for something that will help you break the ice on the subject, start here. On the other hand, if you are used ... Read full review

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Gary R. Heerkens is a consultant, a lecturer, and president of Management Solutions Group.

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