Right-brain Project Management: A Complementary Approach

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Management Concepts, 2007 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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Right-Brain Project Management: A Complementary Approach looks at contemporary project management from a fresh perspective, exploring "right-brain" approaches that are intuitive and capitalize on natural human thinking and activity. Coupled with the logical and formal, or "left-brain," methodology associated with conventional project management, facilitation of right-brain functions offers a good range of techniques for project success. Presenting extensive research and the experiences of project managers who use right-brain approaches successfully, this book sheds a unique and hopeful light on conquering the challenges of contemporary projects.

Learn how the successful project manager can become a whole-brain project manager by enlisting resources from both the right and the left sides, and how to further enhance project management by incorporating innovation and flexibility.

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Dr. B. Michael Aucoin is the President of Leading Edge Management, Inc., and Electrical Expert, Inc., located in College Station, Texas, and provides corporate training in project management and engineering management. Dr. Aucoin received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science from the University of New Orleans, a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University, and a Doctor of Engineering from Texas A&M. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Texas and has earned the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.

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