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In this guide to project meetings learn about the different types of meeting you’ll hold on your project (and one to definitely avoid!). There are also some tips on how to make your attendees feel as if the meeting is relevant to them.
This is an edited extract from my book Customer-Centric Project Management, co-authored with Phil Peplow (Routledge, 2012). As any project manager will know, projects do not exist in a vacuum. They are created from the need to fulfil an organizational objective such as generating more revenue or improving brand awareness. Projects happen because someone –…
I have read a lot of project management books over the last 5 years, and I’m pleased to say that this is my 65th book review. Read all the project management book reviews here. Managing Projects: A Team-Based Approach is a text book by Karen B. Brown and Nancy Lea Hyer. I can’t think of…
I sat down with Colin D. Ellis and we talked about the changing face of project management leadership.
We’ve reviewed a range of the best CAPM study tools on the market and you can read our assessments in this article.