Project managemer master art of delivery

Successful project management is ultimately about effective communication, and more broadly, effective people management. Most books, however, deal largely with process – the mechanical, methodological side, and play down the human side.

The Project Manageris a fresh approach to project management: it moves beyond the formal methodologies and techniques to shed light on the core skills that will make you a great project manager. It puts the project manager centre stage and provides you with an invaluable set of experience-based lessons, tips, and advice to help you consistently deliver the results you want. Whether you are a project manager yourself, or someone who works with or recruits project managers, this book will be essential reading.

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Teach Yourself Project Management

Discover How to build the right team chemistry and how to manage the financial aspects of any project,

you need to run projects to schedule and to budget? Are you lacking confidence to tackle big projects? Do you need to create a solid team? Teach Yourself Project Management is a practical introduction to this essential skill. Written for all readers, it explains and illustrates the what, why, where, when and how of project management in an accessible format. Jargon-free and based on sound theory, with diagrams, useful ideas and pointers to appropriate methods and tools, it’s THE book for anyone who wants to develop the skills of effective project management. New to this edition are useful risk assessment checklists and planning and specification questionnaires to reassure the reader that they are on on track.

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Project management teach yourself

Discover How to build the right team chemistry and how to manage the financial aspects of any project,

you need to run projects to schedule and to budget? Are you lacking confidence to tackle big projects? Do you need to create a solid team? Teach Yourself Project Management is a practical introduction to this essential skill. Written for all readers, it explains and illustrates the what, why, where, when and how of project management in an accessible format. Jargon-free and based on sound theory, with diagrams, useful ideas and pointers to appropriate methods and tools, it’s THE book for anyone who wants to develop the skills of effective project management. New to this edition are useful risk assessment checklists and planning and specification questionnaires to reassure the reader that they are on on track.

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Project manager master of delivery

Successful project management is ultimately about effective communication, and more broadly, effective people management. Most books, however, deal largely with process – the mechanical, methodological side, and play down the human side.

The Project Manageris a fresh approach to project management: it moves beyond the formal methodologies and techniques to shed light on the core skills that will make you a great project manager. It puts the project manager centre stage and provides you with an invaluable set of experience-based lessons, tips, and advice to help you consistently deliver the results you want. Whether you are a project manager yourself, or someone who works with or recruits project managers, this book will be essential reading.

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Project management for dummies

Complete with helpful tips on delegating, shortening schedules, and optimizing your own performance Project Management for Dummies, help you get your project, and your career, off

More than two thirds of American companies use teams to execute their most important projects, making project management a highly valuable skill for advancing your career. Project Management For Dummies, Second Edition introduces you to the principles of successful project management and shows you how to motivate any team to gain maximum productivity.

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Project management how to deliver a successful project

What lies at the beating heart of this book is the structure of a strategy to ensure that every project is successful

Here is how to plan and deliver a successful project. Who else needs to manage a project? Well frankly everyone working in the public or private sector. Yet how many of us get adequately trained in how to do it? This is where this book can help. Written by an experienced practitioner, what lies at the beating heart of this book is the structure of a strategy to ensure that every project is successful. If you do what the author says, you will deliver on time and to budget.

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Project manager book of checklists

How to complete a project successfully, smoothly and on time: Everything You Need to Complete a Project Successfully, Smoothly and on Time

Managers are faced with complex tasks all the time. Completing these tasks may require setting up and running a project or on other occasions it may need a short, structured action plan.A huge amount of approaches exist, in thousands of books, to help managers complete tasks. Occasionally, a manager has the time to go off and read a text on a topic like how to manage a project, but often they have an immediate requirement to do something now. There isn’t time to plough through a project management book. Usually, all that is needed is a simple list of steps, a checklist that the manager can read to kick start them into action. The core contents of this book will follow a standard project management process – starting in initial concept identification, and going through to complete implementation. At each stage there are tasks and problems that face project managers, and for each identified task or problem there will be a checklist. Unlike normal project management texts, which are written to be read end-to-end, this book is designed to act as an everyday reference source that will be picked up and used every time the question “how do I …..” comes into the readers mind. The book will sit on a manager’s desk at work and be referenced regularly. It will become as much an important supporting tool as a book to read.

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Online game

The significance of video games within our everyday lives has certainly been increased and shaped by new technologies and gaming patterns, including the rise of home-based games consoles, advances in mobile telephone technology, the rise in more ‘sociable’ forms of gaming, and of course the advent of the Internet.

There is little question of the social, cultural and economic importance of video games in the world today, with gaming now rivalling the movie and music sectors as a major leisure industry and pastime. The significance of video games within our everyday lives has certainly been increased and shaped by new technologies and gaming patterns, including the rise of home-based games consoles, advances in mobile telephone technology, the rise in more ‘sociable’ forms of gaming, and of course the advent of the Internet. This book explores the opportunities, challenges and patterns of gameplay and sociality afforded by the Internet and online gaming. Bringing together a series of original essays from both leading and emerging academics in the field of game studies, many of which employ new empirical work and innovative theoretical approaches to gaming, this book considers key issues crucial to our understanding of online gaming and associated social relations, including: patterns of play, legal and copyright issues, player production, identity construction, gamer communities, communication, patterns of social exclusion and inclusion around religion, gender and disability, and future directions in online gaming.

An online game is a video game that is either partially or primarily played through the Internet or another computer network. Online games are ubiquitous on modern gaming platforms, including PCs, consoles and mobile devices, and span many genres, includin

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Online marketing

Online Marketing for Small Businesses in easy steps – includes social media marketing

Online presence has become vital for all businesses; large, small or the self-employed. Whether you like it or not, if you don’t take steps and manage your online presence, your customers and clients will. It’s not enough to just have a website; social networking sites are the new word of mouth marketing channels and they’re very powerful in spreading the word. To achieve this successfully adds more work to your busy day, but marketing your products and services online enables to you to reach potential customers with very little financial outlay. Lots of online marketing can be done for free and you can save costs in advertising in publications, and printing leaflets and brochures.

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