Managing Your Project: Achieving Success with Minimal Stress

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sep 4, 2016 - Organizational effectiveness - 374 pages
Managing Your Project is written to help all those new to managing projects. Drawn from over 25 years of successfully supervising projects, Professor Andy Hunt takes you through everything you need to know to make your project a success. It does not replace the supervision process, nor give specific subject guidance, but instead is a guide for you - the project manager - to manage your own time, resources, surroundings, life and work. It distils all the things that you need to know about running a solo project successfully - from before the project choice is made to publishing your work on the international stage. All the things you learn here will help you in your study and career where you need to handle complex and demanding situations, and to flourish while you are doing this. Written in an enthusiastic and lively style, it nevertheless contains valuable information about time and project management, the management process, working with others, handling literature, taking notes, using modern technology, successful project planning, report writing, and giving presentations. Managing Your Project is a one-stop-shop guide to running a successful solo project.

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I'm a professor at the University of York, UK, specialising in computing, music technology, and time & project management. I've also led research into new electronic musical instruments and sonification (turning data into sound so you can hear and understand it). In my spare time I love walking, programming (especially iOS music apps and games), writing music for the media (film, tv, computer games), but usually not at the same time.

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