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Strategic Project Management

Strategic Project Management gives senior managers the knowledge and skills to use projects to move the business in the desired direction and guard against expensive and demoralising project failures.
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EAN: 9780749464332
Edition: 1
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Paperback
Format: 217x140
256 pages
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About the book

Strategic Project Management uses real life case examples to characterize and describe the organizational factors and conditions necessary for projects to thrive and to deliver the organization's strategic objectives. This characterization is formed around ten imperatives which senior managers can implement - both within individual projects and, even more crucially, within the institutions that sponsor them - using the tools provided. Accessible, practical and free of jargon, Strategic Project Management offers the solutions needed to successfully prioritize and manage a portfolio of projects, communicate aims, align priorities to organizational objectives, evaluate progress, manage supplier relationships and anticipate and mitigate the risks at every stage. Supported by a comprehensive package of online resources for project portfolio planning, management and analysis this book will help readers to build on their skills, knowledge and confidence to rise to the challenge of governing and delivering successful projects.

About the authors

Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts has been managing projects for over twenty years and is a founding director of Fifthday Longview Limited, one of the world's leading and most innovative project management consultancies, providing expertise, education and resource.

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Particularly useful to anyone transitioning from a technical or functional role to one where leadership skills and an ability to offer their own insights or contribute to key decisions is essential. If you want to be successful, save money and reduce the risk of ignominy, I highly recommend that you read this book.

Martin Mc Cormack, ICT Director, Beaumont Hospital