Team-Based Project Management
By James P. Lewis
2004/04 - Beard Books
1587982293 - Paperback - Reprint - 238 pp.
A handy guide on what it takes to be a successful project manager and team leader. A true classic in the field!
In step-by-step detail, this book shows you how to apply a team-based approach to project management and how to use it effectively. It provides a one-chapter overview of the fundamentals of project management and then goes on to the specifics of how to get the best performance from your team (and insure that the project is completed on time and on budget).
From Doug DeCarlo, Project Management Consultant and Coach, ICS Group:
This book provides the missing link in project management. From a huge body of knowledge, combined with his in-the-trenches experience, James Lewis has distilled the essence of what it takes today to be a successful project manager and team leader. Destined to be a classic.
From Michael C. Thomas, Ph.D., co-author, Getting Commitment at Work:
At last! A kit of principles, tips, and learnable tools for busy managers to use before, during, and after a project with a team of people on it. Keep this one near you.
James P. Lewis is President of Lewis Institute, Inc., a training and consulting company specializing in project management, which he founded in 1981. An experienced project manager, he teaches seminars on the subject throughout the U.S., England, and the Far East. He is a member of the Project Management Institute. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Psychology from North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Lewis lives with his wife, Lea Ann, in Vinton, Virginia.
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