The book offers old principles with different words, however, the arrangement is different from others; the supporting material is recent, and the case studies are fresh. The contents are brief where the emphasis is on application rather than description. For example, PERT and Gantt chart illustrate the examples. Thus, the book blends of theory and practice; the case study fetches glimpses of practice but the theory is underpinning them. The case studies itself grounded in theoretical foundations. The book is a personal guide to us because our microprojects or "to do list" never ends and rarely complete on time. Project management rule, tools and techniques are applicable to the individual, family, and organizational levels. So, we can apply project management for ourselves and then to others but it needs clarification of key concepts of the subject. The contents include 'solved' case studies which differentiate the book from others that contain unresolved case studies. Thus, improves understanding of the subject and the ability of readers to absorb the material comfortably.