Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager: A FranklinCovey Title
You‘re not alone—in fact, your situation is quickly becoming the norm. Project management is the work of the 21st century workforce—companies in every industry require regular team and matrixed team efforts to complete a variety of extremely important endeavors. But, across the board, the success rate of the average company's projects is lackluster. This should come as no surprise when so many employees dread project management. There is a better way.
From FranklinCovey management experts Kory Kogon, James Wood, and Suzette Blakemore comes Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager, offering practical, real-world insights for effective project management. Kogon, Wood, and Blakemore understand the importance of leadership in project completion—they explain that people are as crucial as processes in the formula for success, and an effective project manager can't afford to undervalue his or her team.
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