The Handbook of Project Management: A Practical Guide to Effective Policies and Procedures / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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- Kogan Page, Ltd.
Written by an experienced practitioner, The Handbook of Project Management will be particularly useful for those starting a new project, wishing to acquire new skills, or training others in project managment skills. It is written specifically to help project managers improve their performance using tried and tested techniques.
Packed with concepts and processes, tools and presentation materials, this comprehensive handbook will assist anyone responsible for converting strategy into reality.
The package comprises a book plus free CD-ROM containing a collection of tools, templates, and procedures which support the methodology used in the book.
|Publisher:||Kogan Page, Ltd.|
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Trevor L. Young was a senior consultant for the Industrial Society of Great Britain where he designed and conducted public training courses in project management techniques and project leadership. He is now an independent consultant specializing in the introduction of program management. He is the author of Successful Project Management, part of the Creating Success series from Kogan Page.
Table of Contents
Part 1 The programme and project environment
2 Change: programmes and projects
3 Organizing for programme management
4 The key roles
Part 2 The programme and project processes and techniques
5 Starting up: ideas and opportunities for projects
6 Defining the project
7 Planning your project
8 Launching your project
9 Executing the project work
10 Closing your project
11 Using a computer
12 Common Project Problems
What People are Saying About This
“This excellent handbook provides you with all you need to make your project a success. [It] is easy to read and has many diagrams, and flow charts that support the text very well.” - Paul Duffy, APM Group, formerly the trading arm of the Association for Project Management, in a review of an earlier edition.