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10 thoughts on “Project Management (The Briefcase Book Series)

  1. says:

    I find this book to provide sound theoretical and practical advice It focuses largely on the technical aspects of projects, but also very nicely brings to light the key human elements effective team leadership, stakeholder management and communication that are critical for project success.The topics are introduced in easy to read chapters that unfold in the same order as projects do very helpful in understanding how things fit A lot of good information is provided on planning, team building, budgeting, scheduling, communication, documentation and project close out.The book is loaded with tips on how to do things better or smarter This book helped me really understand project management and gave me a number of the tools I need to be able to manage my projects successfully.I especially liked the mention of the unofficial job duties of the project manager which made me conscious that thes...

  2. says:

    How many stars this book gets really depends on what you are looking for in a project management book I read this for a course in UC Berkeley Project Management Certification Program It was the text book for the intro level course along with the PMBOK a very long and encyclopedia like book on project management This book was easy to read and interesting, and since I didn t know much about the subje...

  3. says:

    This book provides a pretty basic introduction to Project Management If you are looking for something that will help you break the ice on the subject, start here On the other hand, if you are used to academic works on business or have any experience as a project manager, you mi...

  4. says:

    it would be the best book

  5. says:

    This is about as exciting as it sounds and meant to be used as a tool, not to read cover to cover The chapters that pertained most to my job provided good ideas.

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