Project Management for Profit (Harvard Business Publishing)

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – June 2012
No More Headaches, Hypertension, or Heartburn

If your work involves projects, then this book is for you. It will show every company owner and project manager—at businesses large and small—how to run projects differently. You’ll benefit if you’ve ever:

• been over budget on a project
• exceeded a timeline on a project
• worked on a project that completely stalled as you neared the finish line
• lost money on a sure-thing project and had no idea why
• noticed that scope and feature creep held you back
• watched a project take three times as long as planned
• felt too embarrassed to perform a review of your successes and failures
• wondered whether your project actually made any money

By the time you finish the book, you’ll be ready to implement Project Management for Profit in your own company—and be prepared to keep your projects on track and on budget.
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ISBN-13: 9781422144176
ISBN-10: 1422144178
Pagini: 180
Dimensiuni: 147 x 211 x 23 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Editura: Harvard Business Review Press
Colecția Harvard Business Publishing
Seria Harvard Business Publishing


“The book is a brief solid guide, with tips and insights readable for those on the go and distracted by a million things needed for their project. The book reads as it’s advertised, meant to help people who need a system but are not technically savvy at standard project management technique. It can fit a small team together in one locale or a team spread across the globe.” — Small Business Trends (

Notă biografică

Joe Knight is CFO and co-owner of Setpoint and co-owner and senior consultant with the Business Literacy Institute. He is coauthor of the popular and highly acclaimed book Financial Intelligence. Roger Thomas is vice president of operations and a project manager at Setpoint. Brad Angus is co-owner and CEO of Setpoint.