Starting Out in Project Management is your essential guide to the basics of project management.
Written for anyone new to projects or wishing to progress their career as a project professional Starting Out charts the journey of the APM project life cycle, from concept through to delivery and handover.
Along the way readers will learn about the fundamental features of project management, including ownership of the business case, engaging with stakeholders and realising the all-important benefits of the project, plus much, much more.
With over 50 diagrams to help illustrate, case study examples for each chapter and a full glossary of commonly-used terminology, Starting Out is the perfect companion for any aspiring project manager keen to make their mark on this exciting and rewarding profession.
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Readers may also be interested in APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition and the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification Study Guide.
Author: Peter Simon and Ruth Murray-Webster
Publication Date: Feb-2018