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101 Tips and Tools for Success
by ROB KENNAUGH
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New softcover book, 148 pages. Published 2008. A Business Bookshelf publication
Project Management - 101 Tips and Tools for Success helps you to become a more successful and enlightened person. It is unlikely that you will have learnt the topics on a formal course as the Tips are an accumulation of over 30 years of experience on 100’s of projects. The 101 Tips have some strange titles and concepts that will possibly stretch your current beliefs, but they cover every day self help issues. Titles include Over Communicate, The Rock, Wear Red Underwear, Dreams, Using Numerology and Feng Shui, Divine Intervention, Taking Risks.
There is something for everyone, no matter how big or small your project is, and no matter what your experience level. A thoroughly engrossing book which may help you save yourself many hours of work and thousands of dollars
The book has been written so that you can begin at any page and move around the Tips using the “See Tip” pointer at the end of each section. Whichever you choose you will potentially save yourself many hours and thousands of dollars. This must surely be a worthwhile investment and a “must read” for individuals wanting to help themselves at work or home
Life is a mystery to be lived, not a problem to be solved. This book is for you and will help you through the hard times so giving you more time for fun and laughter
About the author
Rob Kennaugh has over 30 years of project management experience in the areas of sales, marketing and information technology within the public and private sectors. He has also used his knowledge and experience in numerous home renovation projects. And, because his work has involved him with many differing industries, cultures and work practices it has led him to the realisation that the underlying driving force is all about people wanting to help themselves.
Project Management 101 Tips & Tools for Success - Rob Kennaugh