The Project Workout : The Ultimate Guide to Directing and Managing Business-Led Projects, Paperback / softback Book

The Project Workout : The Ultimate Guide to Directing and Managing Business-Led Projects Paperback / softback


Projects are an important strategic management tool and a way of life in every business.

But how do you get started and ensure you realize the benefits you need?

Now in its 5th edition, the Project Workout is the definitive book on business-led project management.

It is a valuable companion for every executive and project manager as well as a comprehensive resource for students of project management.

Projects are a way of life in every business and an important strategic management tool.

But how do you ensure a project realizes the benefits you need?

The Project Workout provides practical advice and techniques to direct and manage a project.

Aimed at both project sponsors and project managers, it works through the life cycle of a project from initial idea to successful result.

The practical approach is enhanced throughout with a series of "Workouts": exercises, techniques and checklists to help you put the book's advice into practice.

The Workouts are supported by an on-line resource of tools, including MS project views, project logs and templates.

This expanded edition contains a wealth of new information, including how to work with standards and methods, such as ISO 21500, BS6079 and PRINCE2 and PMBoK.

The companion to this book, The Programme and Portfolio Workout, deals with directing and managing whole portfolios of projects, making sure everyone in your organization is working towards the same goals; together these books give you what you need to ensure all your projects succeed.


  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 552 pages, 152 Line drawings, black and white; 34 Tables, black and white
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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  • Category: Project management
  • ISBN: 9781138721449

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