BOOKS: Three of a Kind - Get ready for the Big Project

BOOKS: Three of a Kind - Get ready for the Big Project - Project Management; Andy Bruce and Ken Langdon; Dorling Kindersley pounds 4.99

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Project Management; Andy Bruce and Ken Langdon; Dorling Kindersley pounds 4.99

This book contains everything for the first-time project manager - how to choose a leadership style, allocate resources, build a team and cope with unanticipated problems. The self-evaluation test offers readers a chance to assess their own project management skills. **

The Practice of Project Management; Enzo Frigenti and Dennis Comninos; Kogan Page pounds 40.

A heavyweight handbook, best suited for those who project manage frequently. It includes a jargon-busting list of project management-related acronyms at the front (do you know what STEEPOL stands for?).**

The Project Management Pocketbook; Keith Posner and Mike Applegarth; Management Pocketbooks pounds 6.99

Small yet informative, this pocketbook packs in a lot of information. By the end of the book, you'll be discussing GANTT charts like a pro. The authors also have a refreshing emphasis on the people, as well as the tasks, involved. ***

*** best of its kind

** could be useful

* of minor interest

none: avoid.

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