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Managing Multiple Projects


Today's workplace is often complex and unpredictable, yet most project management books address only the topic of managing individual projects and solving specific problems. Managing Multiple Projects presents a realistic method for developing the individual and group skills needed to cope with competing demands. It shows readers how to develop a reliable system for taking on multiple projects, work with others to allocate conflicting workloads, cope with the stress that comes from managing multiple projects, and more.
From the Back Cover
Proven Techniques for Keeping Simultaneous Projects On Course­­and Ensuring Their Successful Completion
As a manager today you must be a master juggler, responsible for keeping several balls in the air even as new balls are randomly tossed in from all sides. Managing Multiple Projects provides the organizational skills and management strategies you need to tackle multiple projects, roles, and responsibilities­­and get the results you want. Turn to this latest addition to McGraw-Hill's skills-based Briefcase Books series for hands-on techniques you can use to:
Develop a reliable, repeatable system for addressing competing demands
Work with others to effectively allocate workloads
Handle the emotional demands­­both for yourself and others­­of project overload
While numerous books have addressed specific project management issues, few­­until now­­have contained proactive strategies for consistently achieving multiple objectives. Managing Multiple Projects draws on skills from time management, task completion, organizational psychology, and more to provide a proven system for easily managing concurrent projects, and guiding each to its successful completion.
Briefcase Books, written specifically for today's busy manager, feature eye-catching icons, checklists, and sidebars to guide managers step-by-step through everyday workplace situations. Look for these innovative design features to help you navigate through each page:
Clear definitions of important terms, concepts, and jargon

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