Written for all readers, this guide explains and illustrates the what, where, when and how of project management in an accessible form. The 11 chapters describe what is - and isn't - a project; how to choose, organize, plan, manage and monitor the project; how to assemble your project team; how to manage the money; how to solve any problems; and how to close your project. Each chapter contains understandable material that is easily related to the reader's own experience and is full of useful ideas, pointers to appropriate methods and examples.
Table of Contents
Projects, Projects and Projects; How and why / Big or small? / Definitions / Project priorities / Projects and people; Which Project? Organising Your Project; Planning Your Project; Managing Your Project; Your Project Team; Managing Your Project Money; Monitoring And Controlling Yourn Project; Solving Your Project Problems; Closing The Project; Key Issues For Project Management; Glossary; Further Information
PHIL BAGULEY is an experienced business writer and lecturer. He has held senior management roles in multinational corporations and worked as a management consultant across Europe.