Successful project management requires organization, skill, and a systematic approach to ensure that projects are delivered on time, and on budget. Idiot's Guides: Project Management, 6th Edition is updated to reflect all of the latest project management methodologies for anyone who is looking to avoid the chaos that can ensue if project leaders don't possess the necessary understanding of the right principles and practices. Readers of this new edition will benefit newly added sample PMP prep exam questions at the end of each chapter, as well as newly organized, updated content that aligns with the knowledge areas as the PMI (Project Management Institute) defines them. The book covers the 5th Edition of the PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge).
G. Michael Campbell, PMP, is a recognised expert on project and change management, with over 30 years of experience as a project manager. He has successfully achieved his PMP designation from the PMI, and has been a project manager for various projects for both small and large companies. He has authored a number of books including Communication Skills for Project Managers (AMACOM) and Bullet Proof Presentations (Executive Summaries). Michael has also spoken internationally to audiences and served as an adjunct professor on project management at the University of Houston and York University, Toronto.