The Project Management Imperative will teach you not only how to improve your organization's ability to manage projects but also how to apply project management methods and tools in day-to-day operations. Authors David Wirick and Gretchen Bond, both certified project managers, bring years of experience in project management and organizational change management to their guidebook. The Project Management Imperative is designed for managers who are frustrated with project failures as well as those who must work in the chaos of modern organizations. Wirick and Bond present a comprehensive model for project management capacity development that includes: Creating buy-in and building the project management business case Identifying necessary skills and applying appropriate learning programs Creating solid project management processes Building sound organizational structures for project management Managing the knowledge and change that project management will require The Project Management Imperative details the steps critical to the process and permanence of a project management improvement initiative in any organization. qThe Project Management Imperative promises to become a reference book for project managers, organizations and authors for years to come.q -David J. Hansen, PhD, PMP, Executive Director, Organizational Innovation and Learning, Babbage SimmelMaking effective presentations is one of the most critical skills required of project managers. ... verbal and written, the project manager must be able to serve in a leadership role representing the business user goals for the project or process.
|Title||:||The Project Management Imperative|
|Author||:||David Wirick PMP CMA|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2005-11-30|