Managing Multiple Projects
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Description: All managers, whether brand new to their positions or well established in the corporate hierarchy, can use a little "brushing up" now and then. The skills-based Briefcase Books series is filled with ideas and strategies to help managers become more capable, efficient, effective, and valuable to their corporations. Today's workplace is often complex and unpredictable, yet most project management books address only the topic of managing individual projects and solving specific problems.Managing Multiple Projectspresents a realistic method for developing the individual and group skills needed to cope with competing demands. It shows readers how to develop a reliable system for taking on multiple projects, work with others to allocate conflicting workloads, cope with the stress that comes from managing multiple projects, and more.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 3/26/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Irene and Michael Tobis are founders and partners of Ducksin-a-Rowï¿½ Organizing Consultants, a firm that specializes in organizing and managing multiple projects.
|Manager as Traffic Cop: Managing Multiple Projects|
|The Cheeseburger Paradox: The Question of Reliability|
|The Formal Workplace and Its Forms|
|Taskonomy: Categorizing Your Work|
|What's on Your Plate?|
|Out from Under|
|Group Time Management: "As Simple as Possible, but No Simpler"|
|Getting the Big Picture: Commitments and the Team|
|"Second Things Never ...": The Trouble with Priorities|
|Allocation for Efficiency: The Importance of Compartmentalization|
|"How Doest It Know ...?": Tracking Systems|
|How to Change a System|