A flat organization believes the formal processes and controls used by many hierarchical organizations are too involved, require too much overhead cost and are too complex and/or time consuming. This book is ideal for the project manager, team member, manager or project sponsor with limited or no formal project management experience working within a flat organization. It offers clear, understand able discussions about project management processes, provides practical ideas and suggestions, answers common questions and explains ways to address common pitfalls. Project Management for Flat Organizations provides common sense solutions to the unique challenges of organizations with flat hierarchical structures. It explains project management theory and offers simple and cost effective project management processes, tools and techniques that can be applied immediately. This guide includes instruction and templates required to deliver projects efficiently and successfully with minimal risk and investment. It also enables users to develop a framework specific to the needs of their organization. This is a go-to guide you will want to keep on your desk for easy reference when working on projects.

Key Features:-

  • Makes project management understand able and workable for people and organizations unaccustomed to f
  • Explains project management fundamentals and then walks readers through the entire project lifecycle
  • Starts each chapter with a list of the subjects to be covered, explains the theory behind the subjec
  • Presents step-by-step instructions aimed at assisting a project manager or team member working on a
  • Illustrates the practical application of theoretical ideas by including examples based on real-life
  • WAV offers downloadable "best-fit" guidance in developing a project management methodology, selectin

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General Information  
Author(s)Burford Laura Dallas
PublisherCengage Learning
Publish YearJanuary 2014