"It is no longer enough to assemble 'smart people' to get the job done. Effective organizations need project management competencies. Frame's book provides the path for developing those competencies, enabling the organization to reach a higher level of competitiveness."(Thomas A. Tarnow, vice president, Morgan Stanley & Company)
Project Management Competence: Building Key Skills for Individuals, Teams, and Organizationsby J. Davidson Frame
This is the first book to promote project management competence on all three levels necessary for overall effectiveness. J. Davidson Frame uses the guidelines he helped develop for the renowned Project Management Institute to define the most important competencies for individuals, teams, and organizations. He then provides development strategies and diagnostic tools to build and evaluate these competencies throughout the company. Frame paints a portrait of what the competent project manager looks like, how the competent project team operates, and how their efforts are supported by the project-competent organization.
Meet the Author
J. DAVIDSON FRAME is dean of academic affairs at the newly formed University of Management and Technology (UMT) in Arlington, Virginia. Prior to joining UMT, he established the project management program at The George Washington University. He is the author of seven books, including Managing Projects in Organizations and The New Project Management.
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