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"Verzuh delivers with impact once again. Like his first book, this one is a ‘must have’ for all professionals in project management. Everyonefrom project managers to CEOs of project-based organizationscan’t help but be successful after reading and applying the principles established here. This is truly a significant contribution from a first-rate author."
Ralph Kliem, author of The Project Manager’s Emergency Kit
"Eric Verzuh has produced another solid, readable book. In the tradition of good project management, he has gone ‘cross functional’ and added outside expertise to his own impressive knowledge. Project management is about much more than technical tools, and so this book also explains the proper business approaches to running a project-driven organization."
Dr. Denis F. Cioffi, Director of the Project Management Program at The George Washington University
author of Managing Project Integration
A state-of-the-art education in project management from the leading thinkers in the field:
Project Management Is a Strategic Strength (Eric Verzuh).
Leading the Change to a Project-Based Organization (Robert J. Graham and Randall L. Englund).
PART TWO. THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT DISCIPLINE.
Project Selection (Jack R. Meredith and Samuel J. Mantel, Jr.).
Building the Action Plan: Scheduling, Estimating, and Resource Allocation (Eric Verzuh).
Achieving Stakeholder Satisfaction through Project Control (Eric Verzuh).
Project Risk Management (Eric Verzuh).
Quality, Quality Management, and Project Management (Ned Hamson).
PART THREE. BUILDING A HIGH-PERFORMANCE PROJECT TEAM.
A Model for Building Teamwork (Elaine Biech).
Discipline: The Glue That Holds It All Together (Neal Whitten).
Virtual Team Critical Success Factors (Deborah L. Duarte and Nancy Tennant Snyder).
PART FOUR. MANAGING THE PROJECT-BASED ORGANIZATION.
Stage-GateTM New Product Development Processes: A Game Plan from Idea to Launch (Robert G. Cooper).
Enterprise Project Management: The Path to Maturity (Denis Couture).
Creating an Environment for Successful Project in Your Organization (Robert J. Graham and Randall L. Englund).
Integrating Projects Management into the Enterprise (Eric Verzuh).
Posted August 4, 2003