Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt Ltd
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Business & management
The Art of Project Management' covers it all from practical methods for making sure work gets done right and on time, to the mindset that can make you a great leader motivating your team to do their best. Reading this was like reading the blueprint for how the best projects are managed at Microsoft I wish we always put these lessons into action!
Joe Belfiore, General Manager, E-home Division, Microsoft Corporation.
"Berkun has written a fast paced, jargon-free and witty guide to what he wisely refers to as the 'art' of project management. It's a great introduction to the discipline. Seasoned and new managers will benefit from Berkun's perspectives."
Joe Mirza, Director, CNET Networks (Cnet.com)
"Most books with the words 'project management' in the title are dry tomes. If that's what you are expecting to hear from Berkun's book, you will be pleasantly surprised. Sure, it's about project management. But it's also about creativity, situational problem-solving and leadership. If you're a team member, project manager or even a non-technical stakeholder, Scott offers dozens of practical tools and techniques you can use and questions you can ask, to ensure your projects succeed."
Bill Bliss, Senior VP of product and customer experience, expedia.com
In The Art of Project Management, you will learn from a veteran manager of software and web development how to plan, manage and lead projects. This personal account of hard lessons learned over a decade of work in the industry distills complex concepts and challenges into practical nuggets of useful advice. Inspiring, funny, honest and compelling, this is the book you and your team need to have within arms reach. It will serve you well with your current work and on future projects to come.
How to make things happen.
Making good decisions.
Specifications and requirements.
Ideas and what to do with them.
How not to annoy people.
Leadership and trust.
The truth about making dates.
What to do when things go wrong