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Book details
  • SubGenre:Project Management
  • Language:English
  • Series title:BUM Books
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:114
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350917598

A BUM’s Project Management Guidelines

(Bottom Up Management)

by Eugene G. Spiegle

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The PMG (Project Management Guidelines) is the starting place for that process with a defined beginning and agreed-upon ending. Project Management must have more than authority; it must exhibit leadership and communication skills to succeed consistently (the most vital part of the job description).
Project management is a people business and those people who attain the highest levels of success are individuals, who recognize their team as the true and honest answer to successful projects. Since Spiegle believes strongly in the "Involvement Gets Commitment" philosophy, this material is a guideline, not a policy manual. Project management is a process that works best when there is an organized and consistent way of conducting project business. Project management has become more critical today than ever due to increasing costs, demands for more robust projects (technology changes daily) with fewer resources, and greater financial accountability, including more accurate cash flow control.
About the author
Mr. Eugene G. Spiegle founded The Pulse Factor, a consulting organization working with companies worldwide to improve corporate cultures, leadership, and management techniques. As a motivational speaker and management consultant Gene, he has over fifty years of experience in management and leadership from both line and staff positions, enabling him to deliver practical, common-sense solutions and theory-based perspectives within his areas of expertise. Prior to founding The Pulse Factor, Mr. Spiegle performed positions from President of a firm specializing in automated systems to Vice-President of engineering of a Fortune 500 company. Gene holds degrees in psychology and engineering with an advanced degree in psychology. He is also the author of the BUM Book series on management, project management guidelines, strategic planning and critical thinking and stress management. You can follow Gene's blog at - https://bumbooks.blog

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