Effective project management is becoming a critical mission skill for individuals and organizations in every industry. Faster product life cycles, the widespread adoption of cross-functional teams, and the increasing demands of customers are all contributing to the growing need for professional managers who know how to marshal resources, make decisions, and ensure the smooth flow of projects from idea to launch. In The World Class Project Manager, Robert Wysocki and James Lewis offer a highly practical handbook for anyone who aspires to achieve superior project-manager skills. Featuring self-assessment tools, showcasing best practices from the field, and drawing on their own extensive experience in training project managers around the world, the authors provide a comprehensive program for crafting a career development plan and putting it into action.
About the Author
Robert K. Wysocki is president of EII, Inc., a project-management consulting practice specializing in methodology development and team effectiveness. With over thirty-five years of project management and skills training experience, he is co-author of several books in the field. He lives in Worcester, Massachusetts.
James P. Lewis is founder of the Lewis Institute, Inc., and is a consultant specializing in project management. The author of six books on project management, he lives in Vinton, Virginia.