Publisher: Pitman Publishing, 1996, 237 pages
Addresses change and the fact that the only way we seem to be able to control it is through a program of projects. It identifies the main areas of knowledge required to ensure your success, covering all of the techniques for successful program management.
Half the book is a bad fictional story, a la Winnie the Pooh. The second half tries to explain why programmes need to exists. It could be better but it isn't half bad.