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Project Management in the Real World is a unique combination of real life case studies and analysis of the latest research, providing essential advice from the experts: how to avoid common pitfalls, make effective shortcuts and succeed as a project manager.
Successful projects are led by experienced project managers. Until now there has not been a short cut to getting this experience.
Project Management in Real World covers:
Managing project budgets: how to plan your spending and keep your finances on track.
Managing project scope: work out what you need to do and how you are going to get there.
Managing project teams: determine who needs to be involved and get them onboard from the start.
Managing yourself: be better organized and avoid administrative headaches.
Whether you are running a small project or managing a large scale change, this book is an invaluable resource packed with easy to implement hints.
About the Author
ELIZABETH HARRIN is a project manager for AXA and was previously with American Express. A PRINCE2 Practitioner, she is trained in the Six Sigma process improvement methodology as a Black Belt. Elizabeth is an alumnus of the universities of York and Roehampton and a member of the BCS. She currently lives and works in Paris.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Managing project budgets
Section 2: Managing project scope
Section 3: Managing project teams
Section 4: Managing project plans
Section 5: Managing yourself