Brilliant Project Management
What the best project managers
know, say and do
Stephen Barker & Rob Cole
Brilliant Project Management reveals the techniques and tricks of the trade used by the most accomplished project managers. Light on theory and heavy on practice, this is the ultimate project management guide for anyone who wants to become a better project manager.
As well as covering all the traditional topics, from planning through to risk management, Brilliant Project Management tackles the people side of the job that often gets overlooked – project managers don't just struggle with planning they struggle with people too!
In an ever growing market, Brilliant Project Management stands out from the crowd. Part of the high profile Brilliant series, this book seeks to redefine the mould for books in this category, and will do for project management what the bestselling Brilliant Manager did for general management.
Brilliant Project Management by Stephen Barker & Rob Cole is published by Prentice Hall Business and is available here
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About the Authors
Stephen Barker is a project management consultant with over 15 years of experience. His clients range from small technology start-ups to large government departments.
Rob Cole is a project management consultant with over 20 years of experience. He runs high profile projects and mentors project managers, specialising in project troubleshooting
Paperback , 176 pages
Brilliant Project Management by Rob Cole & Stephen Barker is published by Prentice Hall Business on 19th March 2007 priced £9.99
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