Rescue the Problem Project: A Complete Guide to Identifying, Preventing, and Recovering from Project Failure (英语) 精装 – 2011年3月1日
..".provides a step by step plan to getting your project back on the right track...[and] includes a treasure trove of real world examples to back up its strategies." --Workzone "When you're in crisis mode, reach for this book to assess the core problems and create an action plan." --Wrike blog ..". lays out an insightful process, based on real world examples, to identify, prevent and recover from project failure." --PM World Journal "Todd depicts a common sense approach in the book. It is a great reference to help rescue your distressed project or get it out trouble." --PM World Journal "Project team members and managers responsible for overseeing any kind of project, whether formally designated or not, will benefit from reading this book and keeping it as a reference." - Quality Progress "Whether you are a seasoned project manager or at the beginning of your career, this book is for you if your project is in the red." --Project Manager.com "If your project is troubled and constantly reporting a status of Red or Amber, then get your hands on a copy now." --A Girl's Guide to Project Management "Reading his book is like being paired with the best mentor around and I read it like I do good fiction; totally absorbed." --Change for Action "If you are a project leader determined to succeed...read an excellent book: Rescue the Problem Project." --Manager's Minute
Todd C. Williams, PMP (Camas, WA) is a senior project audit and recovery specialist with over 25 years of international experience.
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Todd pays excellent attention to how people at all levels of management impact the success or failure of a project. At the same time, Todd forces to rely on facts, not opinions of what may be going wrong with a project. Todd offers a sound methodology of recovering the project and the elements of what should be included in any project management plan.
He addresses all aspects of auditing the project for a proper assessment and analysis to make sure the project or parts of the project are even worth fixing. Rather than move right to execution, I appreciated the negotiation section to ensure that before going forward all interested parties are focused on the right result.
Although this is a "rescue" methodology, knowing how to fix the project will ensure you head off the problem before it even starts. Finally, the methodology pays homage to the customer whose happiness determines our business success.