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This title provides practical methods that project managers can use to optimize the participation of the sponsor, and tells how sponsors can execute their duties to contribute to project success.
There are many potential hazards on the journey to turn project complexity into project dexterity. See our infographic for tips on how to navigate the unforeseeable, the unexpected and the complicated.
Do your projects suffer from a lack of transparency? Poor customer satisfaction? An inability to cost them effectively? A high failure rate? Establishing a PMO could help. Learn more and explore the articles in our new PM Network web section.
Peter Morris, professor in the management of projects at University College London, summarizes the development of project management, describes its functions and elements, and looks at the need to innovate practices based on emerging trends and challenges.