This empowering work by Eddie Davies for Project Managers’ conveys a ‘checklist’ approach to indicate the essential qualities and attributes needed in order to achieve project managerial success.
“Project governance is key to project success.”
Project management is a well-established doctrine (Time, Quality, Budget) supported by many tools and techniques. The art is to know when and how to use the tools at your disposal – both systems and personnel.
A rich collaboration of charts, diagrams, definitions, professional examples, workplace scenarios and specifically designed exercises – to complete throughout, this book offers a clear and informative yet hands-on approach to understanding the fundamentals of Project Management.
“The efficient, effective and economic use of resources to achieve results with and through the efforts of other people.”
Extensive in point of reference and depth of knowledge, this work provides structured answers and expert guidance on a vast range of frequently asked – and less frequently asked – questions.
Ultimately, it enables its readers to create savings in time and avoid those costly mistakes through its ‘easy to use’ reference system.
1. An introduction to Project Management
2. Characteristics of Effective Projects
3. Introducing Project Methodologies
4. Recognize the Need
5. Starting the Project
6. Appoint Your Core Project Team
7. Qualities and Attributes of a Project Manager
8. Planning Your Project
9. Stakeholder Management
10. Managing Risks
11. Pulling it all together
12. Monitor and Control the Project in Order to Deliver the Results
13. Managing Project Budgets
14. Effective Project Team Working
15. Closing the Project
Eddie Davies is a human resource development specialist
as well as an experienced project manager, management consultant,
trainer and coach. He gained hands-on experience as a project manager
working as the Regional Marketing Officer for London’s 120 Jobcentres.
Eddie is a registered PRINCE2 practitioner and both his CIPD
studies and MA in Management extensively cover this subject area. He
has over twenty years experience of teaching project management, team
work and leadership skills at a variety of levels on customised in-house
training programmes for public and non-profit sectors.