The Little Black Book of Project Management


The Little Black Book of Project Management

Project management is appropriate for any nonrecurring, complex,

and costly assignment. If a team is going to include participants who

cross departmental and sector lines and who may even involve project

managers with lower corporate rank than some team members, then a

specialized team structure is essential. This also has to involve developing

a carefully defined overall plan, choosing the right team, preparing

a project budget, and creating a realistic and executable schedule. The

coordination of a project is complex and demands mastery over many
kinds of variables.


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