The Handbook of Project Management: A Practical Guide to Effective Policies, Techniques and Processes (Paperback)
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The Handbook of Project Management: A Practical Guide to Effective Policies, Techniques and Processes (Paperback)

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Paperback 304 Pages / Published: 03/07/2007
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Project management skills are hugely desirable for managers at all levels within an organizations, and special skills are required to produce the right results. The Handbook of Project Management is written specifically to help project managers improve their performance using tried and tested techniques. Written by an experienced practitioner, it will be particularly useful if you are: looking to develop project management skills; starting a new project; wishing to acquire new skills; or training others in project management skills. Online resources include checklists, score cards and guide notes for optimizing your project management. Packed with concepts and processes, and tools, this comprehensive handbook will assist anyone responsible for converting strategy into reality.

Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd
ISBN: 9780749449841
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 466 g
Dimensions: 234 x 157 x 27 mm
Edition: 2nd Revised edition


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"A practical, comprehensive guide to be used frequently." Euronet "Written specifically to help project managers improve their performance using tried and tested techniques." Computer Consultant "Includes new material on the relationship between projects and programmes, and solving common problems." Charity Times "Kogan Page have produced their usual high standard in this easy to follow guide and it is both interesting and informative for the casual reader as well as being a valuable tool to anyone involved at any level in project management." Refresh, March 2008

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