Practical Project Management – Do you have an unlimited budget to complete your projects correctly? Can you take as much time as you need to get the project done? Do you receive clear directions when a new project lands on your desk? If you’re a project manager, then more often than not, you’re working against these kinds of constraints day in and day out. In Practical Project Management, Michael Dobson shows you that project management is more that just using the latest project management software, drawing charts, and leading teams – it’s first and foremost a way of thinking about projects.
Team Power – How to Build and Grow Successful Teams. Calling a team a "team" doesn't necessarily mean that it really is one, asserts Team Power author Jim Temme. In his latest book, Jim guides you through all the important steps and issues of building and growing a successful team. Follow this blueprint for team building and you'll find yourself doing more than managing a group of individuals who just "get work done". You'll be leading a successful team that embraces the organization's goals and visions, shares authority and control, and takes responsibility for its own outcomes.
Unleashing the Power of Everyday Leadership – What do you manage? People? Projects? Time? Priorities? Each of us manages something or someone. That puts us in a position of leadership every day of our lives, and it isn't always a comfortable role. That's why Hal Pitt developed his unique "Number Ones" approach. In practical, down-to-earth terms, you'll learn key concepts and strategies the "best practices" lists of thousands of successful managers. His revealing "Case In Point..." stories bring the "Number One" ideas home with real examples. An "Action Plan" at the end of each chapter gives you the opportunity to apply the principles and become a "Number One" success story!