- Paperback: 164 pages
- Publisher: Vibrant Publishers; 3rd ed. edition (19 June 2017)
- Language: English
Management is a crucial quality that plays an important role in every field of our lives. Be it at home or at work, we come across several projects which if managed properly give us the desired results.
The book Project Management by Vibrant Publishers is a short but informative book about the know-how of project management. It is brought out under the Self-Learning Management Series by the publishers. True to this, it is self-sufficient for understanding the basics of the subject with ample examples, practical approaches, and templates. It is pretty much concise and a user-friendly book.
It delves into the theory of project management with its initiation and planning. It goes on to explain the project execution, its monitoring, and the need for proper closure of it. Concepts of audits, business communications, risks associated with project, constraints, etc are discussed lucidly. What I liked was its easy language which makes it simpler for the reader to grasp the knowledge. Also, the glossary provided at the end of the book is its plus point. It makes it easy to refer to the typical jargon of project management. However, I found a few (perhaps, 2 or 3) typos. I would suggest doing a bit of editing.
In all, the book is good to get an overview of the process of project management and could be referred by a professional or a student.
MY RATING: 4.5/ 5
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