Stop trying to drive carpet tacks with a sledgehammer.
Too often, project management training is focused on taking a test rather than managing a project. While some projects are so large, so complex, and so technical that they need formal “by the book” project management, that kind of project management is expensive. Very expensive. Practical project management follows the same general outline, but it’s faster, leaner, and more effective.
Michael Dobson, PMP, author of more than a dozen books on project management, knows what he’s talking about. He’s worked on projects large and small, from building the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum to designing games. Let Michael strip away the expensive trappings and introduce you to the real world.
- Why will sticky notes get you farther than project management software?
- What’s the most dangerous word in project management? The most often forgotten?
- What’s the Godzilla Principle, and how does it affect risk management?
See why a senior Coast Guard officer said, “I learned more in one day with Michael Dobson than in an entire semester at MIT.”
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