The Complete Idiot's Mini Guide to Project Goals for Project Managers by PMP, G. Michael Campbell
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To make any project successful, you need a plan--and a goal!Even a good idea can be a bad one if its goals and scope are not clearly defined before you start. But help is on the way! In The Complete Idiot's Mini Guide to Project Goals for Project Managers you will learn how to set strong and clear goals and execute them to perfection! In this guide you you learn:


*Why specific goals are important to project success.


*The six criteria of all good project goals.


*The steps for establishing project goals.


*How to choose a project scope that matches the project goals.


*How to create a statement of work (SOW) that establishes clear expectations among all project stakeholders.

 

About PMP, G. Michael Campbell

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G. Michael Campbell PMP is a recognized expert on project and change management, and has over 30 years of experience as a project manager. He earned his PMP designation from the Project Management Institute (PMI) and has managed and directed projects of all shapes and sizes. He is the author of Communication Skills for Project Managers (AMACOM), as well as Bullet Proof Presentations (Executive Summaries). As a recognized expert on project management and change management, Mike has spoken to audiences in multiple countries and served as an adjunct professor on project management at the University of Houston and at York University in Toronto. He earned his bachelor's degree from Ohio University and his master's degree from John Carroll University. Author home: Houston, TX.
 
Published November 2, 2010 by Alpha. 112 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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