Managing Projects for success is a 'how to do it' book of considerable value to practitioners and students alike. It provides the challenge of theory application through a series of exercises and is comprehensively illustrated.
Managing Projects for Success equips the reader with specialist skills that can be immediately applied in practice and is written in three inter-related parts - Part 1: The framework; Part 2: Planning for control and Part 3: The tool kit - to promote clarity of understanding and study.
The Framework sets out the bigger picture and a body of knowledge that describes the profession of project management. Planning and controlling are of paramount importance in the successful outcome of projects and part three describes and works through management processess.
Each section includes an extensive list of references, enabling the reader to explore the topics covered in further detail, if required. The text is written in an easy readable style, making it accessible to all levels of reader while maintaining its standing as a work of considerable merit. A comprehensive index ensures that this book will be used as an excellent reference tool by practitioners and students alike. There is also an additional list of references at the end of the book. This is both an excellent reference book for existing project managers and a useful textbook for students new to the profession".
Albert Hamilton's years of research, academic and practice experience gives this definitive book a unique approach to project management, that readers can directly draw on as an effective practical work tool.