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2nd Edition

59 Checklists for Project and Programme Managers

ISBN 9780566087752
Published February 28, 2007 by Routledge
224 Pages

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Book Description

This book is aimed at people who are involved in, or are about to become involved in, a project or programme. If you feel your project and programme management competences can be improved, 59 Checklists for Project and Programme Managers will undoubtedly offer you useful suggestions. The practical approach taken by Rudy Kor and Gert Wijnen makes this an easy book to dip into when you want to know what to do in a particular situation. The book covers a range of topics, including: choosing the right approach, organising for projects and programmes, team management, starting and executing projects, and programme management. For each topic, the book provides a series of checklists to lead you through the most important aspects of each subject. With such hands-on advice from acknowledged experts so easily available, this is a book which no project or programme manager should be without. The checklist approach provides readers with tools and techniques for this particular way of working and will enable new or experienced team members to plan, initiate, run and deliver whatever the output their organisations' programme or projects require.

Table of Contents

Contents: Introduction; You have to choose the right approach; Organising for projects and programmes; Organising all involved (checklists); Leading your team; Helping team members work together (checklists); Managing your project; Initiating/starting your project (checklists); Executing your project (checklists); Managing your programme; Starting and executing your programme (checklists); Glossary; Bibliography; Index.

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Rudy Kor and Gert Wijnen are senior partners at Twynstra Gudde Consultants and Managers, an international, independent consultancy firm with over 500 employees. Both authors specialise in project and programme management. For some decades they have assisted in starting up, auditing and assessing projects and programmes, and trained thousands of people in project and programme management.