Good overall review and beginner view of project management. Not a good book to read for prep for the PMP exam. Uses real world examples to show how project management is done. Worth a read but not for study prep.
chapters one and two, I didn't feel that I learned anything. Chapters 4 5 and 6, offered new concepts to project management. Chapter 7 and 8 we're interesting. Overall a very good book for anyone breaking into PMP, and a good reminder for anybody who already has the certification. I would recommend to others.
This book contains a lot of useful information about project management, it is great for a person will little to no experience as well as for someone experienced who wants to understand why certain tactics do not work... It is not the book about motivation - no advices on how to grow your team and make team members happy...
The big disappointment is the narrator - he tries to speak as fast as he can without letting you to even get a millisecond to make a note in your mind.... Can't make myself hear this book one more time only because of it...
Great book that will help you triage new or current projects that you want to manage better. Does a great job of delivering the basics of project management.
I am a new project manager and thought I would hear something that was not common sense.
That I was listening in anticipation of something I could use in my job.
Love the point to point style. Helps when you're trying to remember things. Unfortunately, there were many references of other books, that I wasn't familiar with, made listening of these books alittle difficult to remember which book I'm interested in diving further.
I would rank this one a very good #2.
The book takes you through from the basic to advanced knowledge of project management.
There is emphasis on key parts of good project management.
The end is closer than the beginning