The Handbook of Project-based Management: Improving the Processes for Achieving Strategic Objectives

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McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 540 pages
In the competitive environment of the 1990s, organizations must now be flexible to respond quickly & efficiently to changing circumstances. This requires for the general manager to be able to manage change through projects in order to achieve their organization's corporate strategy. The management of projects has therefore become a skill which the general manager requires in his portfolio of skills. Managing Change Through Projects is an invaluable guide on project management for managers & to achieving defined business objectives which cannot be reached by routine or repetitive methods.

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A structured approach to managing projects
Projects for implementing corporate strategy
Projects and the parent organization

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Rodney Turner is a Director of EuroProjex, The European Centre for Project Excellence Limited. He also teaches project management at the Lille School of Management and Limerick University. He has visiting positions at Henley Management College, the University of TechnologyOSydney, and George Washington University. Mr. Turner is editor of the International Journal of Project Management and author of "The Project Manager as Change Agen, " and "The Commercial Project Manager.

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