6 edition of 2000 Successful Project Management found in the catalog.
September 15, 1999
by HARCOURT BRACE COLLEGE PUBLISHERS
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
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Project managers are often posed with some serious challenges that can derail the success of a project. The common challenges that keeps them on their toes includes keeping up with the pace of the project, managing resources and making sure it is on track and within the desired budget. Ensuring success of a project involves knowing the nitty-gritties of a project, effective planning, . About the Art and Science of Project Management 6 About This Book 7 Project Manager’s Checklist for Chapter 1 8 2. About Projects and Project Management 9 Project Management: The Process Context 10 Project Management: The Interpersonal and Behavioral Context 18 Project Management: The Organizational Context 22 Defining Project Success
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