Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2002, 250 pages
Keywords: Project Management
Effective project management is valuable in any field — and will enhance your career at every level! Project Management provides a step-by-step, all-inclusive introduction to the tools and techniques necessary to spearhead your next project, and bring it home on time, on budget, and at performance levels that will add directly to your company's bottom line. Turn to this latest addition to McGraw-Hill's skills-based Briefcase Books series for hands-on methods you can use to:
In today's environment of tight margins and tighter turnarounds, the effective project manager is often one of the most valuable and rewarded members of a workplace team. Let Project Management show you how to master every aspect of this important role, and give you the confidence you need to guide each project to its satisfying, successful completion.
At long last, a very good introductionary book on project management.
The mixture of theory and practical insights, makes this a very good intro to project management. The skills of the author to make even boring stuff sound interesting, is a testament to the dryness of the subjects other books.
Be warned, if you're a seasoned PM, you'll find most of the stuff obvious. But for a beginning/fresh PM, this is what you really need to understand to make your career a successful one.