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Harvard business review on managing projects / Harvard Business School Press

By: Harvard Business School Press [autor]
Series: Harvard business review paperback seriesPublisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Harvard Business School Press, ©2005"Description: 190 páginas : ilustraciones, gráficos ; 21 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 1591396395Subject(s): Aptitud creadora | Gestión de proyectos | Toma de decisionesDDC classification: 658.404
Contents:
Why good projects fail anyway / Nadim F. Matta, Ronald N. Ashkenas. -- New projects: beware of false economies / David Davis. -- The return map: tracking product teams / Charles H. House and Raymond L. Price. -- Knowing when to pull the plug / Barry M. Staw and Jerry Ross. -- Why bad projects are so hard to kill / Isabelle Royer. -- How to kill creativity / Teresa M. Amabile. -- Speeding up team learning / Amy Edmondson, Richard Bohmer and Gary Pisano. -- What you don't know about making decisions / David A. Garvin and Michael A. Roberto.
Summary: What does it take to make a project succeed? This astute collection of articles helicopters managers above the day-to-day grind of project management to understand the big-picture reasons behind why projects fly - and why they fail. Why are some bad projects so hard to kill - and why do some good projects tank? This book will help managers make decisions that enable the right projects to succeed.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

What does it take to make a project succeed? This collection of articles helps project managers understand the big-picture reasons why some projects proceed and some fail, and why some bad projects proceed and good projects do not. This book aims to help managers make decisions that enable the rights projects to succeed.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Why good projects fail anyway / Nadim F. Matta, Ronald N. Ashkenas. -- New projects: beware of false economies / David Davis. -- The return map: tracking product teams / Charles H. House and Raymond L. Price. -- Knowing when to pull the plug / Barry M. Staw and Jerry Ross. -- Why bad projects are so hard to kill / Isabelle Royer. -- How to kill creativity / Teresa M. Amabile. -- Speeding up team learning / Amy Edmondson, Richard Bohmer and Gary Pisano. -- What you don't know about making decisions / David A. Garvin and Michael A. Roberto.

What does it take to make a project succeed? This astute collection of articles helicopters managers above the day-to-day grind of project management to understand the big-picture reasons behind why projects fly - and why they fail. Why are some bad projects so hard to kill - and why do some good projects tank? This book will help managers make decisions that enable the right projects to succeed.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Why Good Projects Fail Anyway (p. 1)
  • New Projects: Beware of False Economies (p. 19)
  • The Return Map: Tracking Product Teams (p. 41)
  • Knowing When to Pull the Plug (p. 65)
  • Why Bad Projects Are So Hard to Kill (p. 85)
  • How to Kill Creativity (p. 109)
  • Speeding Up Team Learning (p. 137)
  • What You Don't Know About Making Decisions (p. 159)
  • About the Contributors (p. 181)
  • Index (p. 183)

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