Ever wonder why some people's careers rocket upwards while yours feels stuck, with you repeating the same drudgery day after day? If you are a project manager (or are interested in becoming one) then this book was written just for you. It shares eight strategies that you can use when plotting your career path – the trajectory of your own rocket – to help you reach the stratospheric levels of the profession.
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These eight strategies are not just high level theory. The author of this book, Richard Morreale, has put them into practice successfully in his own career. Morreale is one of the top project managers in the world, specializing in turning around some of the nastiest, largest, troubled projects you will ever find; in fact, Morreale is often called "the Red Adair of project management" after the famous engineer who specialized in putting out oil well fires. Morreale's career has spanned a wide range of projects from working as part of the Apollo Program Team, helping to put men on the moon (and getting them back), to working as part of the team that computerized the UK Income Tax System. He also led the rescue and delivery of a $450M program for the 43 Police Forces in England and Wales and directed programs of work for some of the largest companies in the world.
Read this book to learn how you too can copy Morreale's career success – with these eight strategies, the sky's the limit!