This illuminating book contains 97 short and extremely practical tips -- whether you're dealing with software or non-IT projects -- from some of the world's most experienced project managers a If the projects you manage don't go as smoothly as you'd like, 97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know offers knowledge that's priceless, gained through years of trial and error. This illuminating book contains 97 short and extremely practical tips -- whether you're dealing with software or non-IT projects -- from some of the world's most experienced project managers and software developers.
You'll learn how these professionals have dealt with everything from managing teams to handling project stakeholders to runaway meetings and more. While this book highlights software projects, its wise axioms contain project management principles applicable to projects of all types in any industry.
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Some of the authors are actually quite clueless about software project management and would be much better if they work in other fields and there are some gems who are really good at it - not forgetting all those people in-between. The reason why this book is worth to be read in my opinion is to see this broad view. You should not think about This book was quite mediocre for my liking, but surely interesting is the many different approach one can see in only one book because of the many authors! You should not think about the written words as recipes though haha.
I gave 3 stars, because I already gave 4 stars to books that are much better in this areas, but the book is not shitty, just avarage and still worth reading. View 1 comment. Mar 20, Eduardo rated it liked it. Formatted like a compendium of tips and tricks, this book provides some advice we can follow on those projects that we have under our responsibility. Without being a reading that reveals "the meaning of life", I consider prudent to read this book in your spare time, to better understand about the world of project management and how projects can be brought to fruition, from a non-technical perspective.
Nov 11, Vuk Trifkovic rated it it was ok. Sounds interesting, but one too many generic project manager snippets. Manage your deliverables, communicate clearly and other "motherhood and apple pie stuff". Yes, there are some good snippets and some of the contributors are far more insightful than others All in all, probably not the key text, but some PMs might find it comforting to get reinforcement of the usual practices from the fellow practitioners.
Many of the tips are really helpful, but often too superficial. They won't provide basic knowledge on how to manage projects, but give you good advice for many problematic situations you will surely encounter. Nov 09, Nelson Faria rated it really liked it. Very interesting views from project managers and the difficulties they have faced in their projects.
A good way to learn from other's mistakes and advices! Jan 01, Paul Vargas Machuca rated it liked it. Practical tips, from experienced project managers around the world, about how to deal with the most common issues in software projects. Jan 11, Jose rated it it was amazing. Currently on Chapter It is geared towards software project managers, but the wisdom in the book is highly applicable to all kinds of projects.
Very heavily geared towards software project managers.
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