You’ve been given a project to run. You know you need to get it right, but you don’t know what you need to do and in what order to make sure it all runs smoothly and you come out of it looking great. You need Project Management Step by Step.
Almost every manager and businessperson finds at some time they need to complete a task that has sufficient complexity and importance that an ad-hoc approach to getting it done is just not enough.
Managers in this common situation need the structure and rigour of a project management approach, yet very few managers are formally trained in project management or have the inclination, time or finances to become trained. They need an approach they can feel confident is sufficiently robust to ensure their success, but also simple enough to be immediately applicable. Project Management Step by Step provides the solution to this problem; a practical and immediate way to become a competent project manager.
Table of contents
- Title page
- About the author
- Preface to the second edition
- 1 Step 1: Understand the basics
- 2 Step 2: Define the ‘why’ and the ‘what’
- 3 Step 3: Create your Project Plan
- 4 Step 4: Manage delivery
- 5 Step 5: Complete your project
- What did you think of this book?
- Title: Project Management Step by Step, 2nd Edition
- Release date: September 2016
- Publisher(s): Pearson
- ISBN: 9781292142210
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