If you want to achieve success in project management, then keep reading...
Some projects were always bound to fail. However, that is just a tiny minority. Most projects fail at least partly because of poor project management. If the project manager does not keep the team focused, doesn't keep control of progress, and doesn't keep checking that the project is meeting its objectives, projects easily drift. It is like letting a boat sail on without keeping a hand on the tiller--sooner or later, it will drift off course.
This book aims to demystify project management and show you two different approaches that have a big following: Agile/Scrum, a very free form methodology that is good for services and software, and Lean Six Sigma, which is more data-driven and particularly useful for high-volume businesses from call centers to manufacturing.
In Project Management: An Essential Guide for Beginners Who Want to Understand Agile, Scrum, Lean Six Sigma, Kanban and Kaizen When Applied to Managing Projects, the following topics will be discussed:
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