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Introduction to Project Planning
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Introduction to Project Planning

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When you are about to start a project, organise an event or launch a new product, good planning is vital. It is the basis of all good projects. It looks simple, but it isn’t. Written by the APM Planning, Monitoring and Control Specific Interest Group, this concise guide describes how project planning overlaps and integrates with the many individual project management disciplines and how it is at the heart of successful project management.

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Paperback: 246x189mm, 38pp, 2008
Author: APM Planning, Monitoring and Control Specific Interest Group
Publisher: APM
ISBN: 978-1-903494-28-8
Price: £7.50


This book is well structured to provide a step by step process to successfully conducting an audit review. Each chapter is clearly set out to take you through the process. The approach, environments, governance and risk checklists provided at the end are a particularly useful summary of the key questions to ask.

A Guide to Assurance of Agile Delivery is useful not only for assurance professionals but also for project managers delivering agile projects. It gives succinct guidance on the key items required for good governance and successful outcomes using an agile approach.

A star rating of 5 for a straightforward concise book which delivers the information required in a clear format.

Christine Burt

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