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Achieving Project Management Success In The Federal Government

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Achieving Project Management Success In The Federal Government by Timothy Jacques
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Gain Valuable Insight into the Government's Project Management Best Practices! Although project management is not new to the federal government, the discipline has taken on renewed importance in the face of the ever-increasing size, complexity, and number of mission-critical projects being undertaken by every branch and agency. This book addresses the key facets of project management, from organization and structure to people and process. A variety of government entities share their best practices in areas including leadership, technology, teams, communication, methodology, and performance management. Based on research and interviews with a wide range of project managers, Achieving Project Management Success in the Federal Government presents a realistic cross section of the project management discipline in the largest single enterprise in the world-the U.S. federal government.

Author Biography

Jonathan Weinstein, PMP, and Timothy Jaques, PMP, are founding partners of Line of Sight, a project management, process design, and organizational change management services organization. They work with both the government and private sectors and have written extensively on project management and organizational change. Jonathan Weinstein, PMP, and Timothy Jaques, PMP, are founding partners of Line of Sight, a project management, process design, and organizational change management services organization. They work with both the government and private sectors and have written extensively on project management and organizational change.
Release date Australia
February 1st, 2010
Pages
304
Imprint
Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN-13
9781567262759
Product ID
28251538

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