Successful projects need not be elusive. Simple, practical, and tangible techniques yield excellent and repeatable results. The How To Project Manage series strips away the air of complexity of project management and examines the simple concepts that make it work. This first book in the series examines the most important aspect of managing projects - setting goals and expectations. This book not only presents the tricks and tools that make projects successful, it shows you how to execute them. It examines the techniques for gathering and understanding clients' and stakeholders' objectives. Learn how to present your project to senior managers, how to cost-justify your projects, and handle disagreements among stakeholders. Then see how to gather support for your projects and align all stakeholders behind you. You and your organization will know what to expect before committing major resources and time. Real-world examples, extensive graphics, the situation index, and the Wise Project Manager [trademark] index make this book invaluable. Read cover-to-cover or simply as a reference, this book is an essential tool for any project manager.The project charter usually lists only the first two tiers of the GBS, but also expands upon other important elements of the project. Project charters can be a single page (as illustrated beyond) or multiple pages, depending on need. A sampleanbsp;...
|Title||:||The How to Project Manage Series|
|Author||:||Michael B Bender, Pmp|
|Publisher||:||Virtualbookworm Publishing - 2004-05-01|