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The project manager in the 1990s

E. A. Stallworthy

The project manager in the 1990s

by E. A. Stallworthy

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Published by MCB University Press in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Ernest A. Stallworthy and Om P. Kharbanda.
SeriesInternational journal of operations and production management -- vol. 7 (5)
ContributionsKharbanda, O. P.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20627436M
ISBN 100861763165
OCLC/WorldCa59838059

Project management speak can get technical, but it all comes back to terms that keep projects on track. Here’s a list of terms every project manager should know: Agile. Agile methodologies are based on the mindset that self-organizing software development teams can . We use the term “project” frequently in our daily conversations. This book covers the basics of project management. This includes the process of initiation, planning, execution, control, and .

  6. Brilliant Project Management: What the best project managers know, do, and say. Stephen Barker and Rob Cole have about 35 years of PM experience between them. The third edition paperback was published in June by UK publisher Pearson. Their book has pages. tions, project manager competency, and other related topics. If you are ready to place the emphasis in project management where it belongs—on the people who carry out projects—this book provides a springboard. 1 Christopher Sauer, LI Liu, Kim Johnston, Where project managers are kings, Project Management Journal, December

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