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Not long ago project management was perceived as a highly technical endeavor with applications to highly specialized industries. Times have changed-and so have the collective perceptions about project management.
Table of Contents
1. MODERN PROJECT MANAGEMENT
2. ALIGNMENT OF PROJECTS WITH ORGANIZATION STRATEGY
3. ORGANIZATION:STRUCTURE AND CULTURE
4. DEFINING THE PROJECT
5. THE CHALLENGE OF ESTIMATING PROJECT TIMES AND COSTS
6. DEVELOPING A PROJECT PLAN
7. MANAGING RISK
8. SCHEDULING RESOURCES
9. REDUCING PROJECT DURATION
10. LEADERSHIP: BEING AN EFFECTIVE PROJECT MANAGER