This book is organized as a series of essays on the "what and how" of successful Project Management, each one dealing with a specific and practical aspect of Project Management. The essays serve as windows into the world of Project Management and present an integrated panoramic view of challenges and best practices. It is my sincere hope that professionals at all levels and in various functions of management including executives, engineers, project managers, systems analysts, client representatives, team members and students of Project Management will find this book useful. Avoid the rat holes and catch the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow with the ideas described in this book.
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About the Author
He is the President of D2i Consulting (www.D2i.ca), a firm specializing in Project Management delivery and consulting including Methodology, Process, PMOs, Projects Audits, and Skills Development & Training. His expertise includes managing groups of engineering and IT professionals, mentoring Project Managers, leading and facilitating workshops, directing teamwork and conducting Project Management training.
He has successfully applied the principles of Project Management to complex IT and non-IT projects. As a Program Manager, he successfully managed the divestiture of HP Canada (into HP & Agilent Technologies) in conjunction with the HP Corporate team.
Dhanu holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Pune University, and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Production Engineering from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. He has published several papers, and delivered presentations, webinars and workshops for professional associations including CIPS, IEEE and PMI Chapters.
He has authored two books on Project Management titled "Rainbows & Ratholes: Best Practices for Managing Successful Projects" and "From Ratholes to Rainbows: Managing Successful Recovery". He is a past President of the Project Management Institute (PMI), Southern Ontario Chapter, Canada, and President of the Rotary Club of Newmarket, Ontario.