A project management expert identifies methods for running any project successfully based on lessons learned from the exploits of two storied explorers.
• Analyzes a familiar story from a unique point of view, using the endeavors of Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott to illustrate project management concepts
• Offers a practical guide to running any project successfully
• Motivates and encourages behavior change by demonstrating how a little planning beats a lot of firefighting
• Shows that we can learn as much from others' failures as we can from their successes
• Emphasizes the importance of taking the time to plan, even when operating in crisis mode
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About the Author
Fergus O'Connell holds a first-class honours degree in mathematical physics from University College Cork, Ireland, and is one of the world's leading authorities on project management.