Project Management is surrounded by myths and received wisdom, but it doesn't have to be this way. Project Management Genius brings together 40 proven pieces of research in one place, and shows you how to implement them to achieve success.
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There is a raft of myth and hearsay around project management as well as thousands of books, most of which disagree with each other. Project Management Genius presents a new and different approach. It cuts through the noise to bring you proven research from around the world that you can use to reach your goals at work.
Simon Harris, a leading authority on project management, has read thousands of journal articles, books and pieces of research, so that you don't have to. He has pulled together the 40 most rigorous and compelling pieces to each form a chapter of Project Management Genius. And each chapter not only describes the research, it also shows you how to take advantage of it in your work.
If you only ever read one book on project management, read this one.