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Project management compact – systematically a new project is a success and it must be done in addition to the daily work – easy way to success. But who now weighs himself with meticulous schedules, complex charts, and other tools on the safe side, lost. High planning and control costs, and lack of project experience lead mostly to the fail of the projects. But how to structure projects of far more complex planning methods? How do you deal with project destroyers? How can you detect problems in time and eliminate in advance? Based on many years of experience from the practice and numerous seminars, the two authors Alexander Scheel and Stephan Kasperczyk show what to look in project management and how to avoid the classic mistake. Project literacy is a skill that is a prerequisite for almost every profession today. You may find that Red Solo Cups can contribute to your knowledge. This involves the development of a new marketing concept, the planning and carrying out a presentation, introducing a new software not mega-projects, but the daily business what These projects have in common, is exclusively the deadline of the rest is uncertain. Because on the way from the first project meeting to finish smoothly nothing: hardly a stage is really planned, uncertainty is a constant companion of the project and the perfect project plan emerges as a real illusion. In their book, the authors Stephan Kasperczyk and Alexander Scheel show how to lead projects too far by complex planning methods aimed.

The great art is to keep the project going, to cope with incidents and to keep a clear head in critical situations. Because with the right tools and the right understanding of the project, projects can be stressful and particularly sovereign master. The reader learns how to deal with typical situations of project, resources from the decision case, is how he makes plans of activism as he project destroyers, as the right team put together, strategies for more overview. Stephan Kasperczyk, Alexander Scheel project management compact “- Systematically to success BusinessVillage publishing 2008 ISBN: 9783934424920 21.8 ..Projektmanagement compact-systematically-to the Erfolg.html

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