The Zen Approach to Project Management
by George Pitagorsky
Publisher: International Institute for Learning 2007
Number of pages: 272
The Zen approach to Project Management brings together sound wisdom, a nuts-and-bolts grasp of practicalities, and original insights. It's the Zen that's been missing in all too many of today's business books, and George Pitagorsky is the master we've needed.
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by Jacqui Hogan - Bookboon
The author is looking at why people are so difficult to manage on a project, who those people are and how to manage them better. The book covers in detail how to manage changing requirements and the people issues inherent upon making those changes.
by Olaf Passenheim - BookBoon
Every project manager has to deal with different targets, different environments, and with different people. Read this book to learn more about Project Management. Contents: Project Organisations, Estimation of Times and Cost, Risk Management, etc.
by Shuly Cooper, et al.
This book offers a framework for managing projects in any career area. The concepts can be applied no matter where you work. The mission of this textbook is to provide students with project management skills they can apply in any chosen profession.
by John Kyriazoglou - Bookboon
This book is about auditing and improving the performance of your small, medium-sized or large company. It contains a business model, several performance dimensions, 190 audit questions, over 40 performance measures, an evaluation approach, etc.