Reviews - What do customers think about Ultimate Guide to Project Management?
A Guide to the Small Businessman May 18, 2006
As businesses change the do projects. These are separtate from the normal day to day business operations. It could be a new product design, a new computer program, developing an ad campaign or whatever.
The book is generally divided into two sections. The first part is a general description of how to set up and then manage a project. The second part is more specific in that it gives several examples of real-world projects, although I'm not so sure that making a movie is a project I'd undertake.
Included with the book are a CD and a companion web site that further extend the concepts brought out in the book. This includes some useful tools and customizable forms that you can use as part of the project management effort.
Finally, what this book is NOT. This is NOT a guide to passing the project management certification test. This is a book on how to do project management, not just how to past the test. As the title says, this book is aimed at the small businessman. It includes what you need to successfully manage a small project. It is not what a professional managing a space project would need. This means that it contains the heart of what you need to know without a lot of extras. It is easy to read and if applied can be of great help.
An easy to read book on Project Management Mar 31, 2006
This book provides a very good overview of the topic of Project Management. Sid writing style is such that its extremely easy to read, it's informative and it relates to real world scenarios. Overall - it is an excellent read.
Ultimate Guide To Project Management For Small Business Mar 20, 2006
I found the book to be very informative. It was easy to understand and had alot of tips and practical advice.