Following on from our previous Read for Success blogs, we take a look at the top books for management skills. These are fantastic reads for anyone that is looking to improve their project management skills.
This book provides you with useful steps to help you successfully manage a team. After reading this book you will not only have an overview of project management leadership styles, tips for managing your email and more.
Who should read this book: for those looking to learn how to project manage a team
This book has been rated: 5 stars by Amazon reviewers – buy this book now.
In this simple, easy-to-follow book will teach you how to ‘initiate a project, set deadlines and manage your budgets’. Reading this book will teach you lots of tips and tricks of project management, all which will make a huge impact to your project management style.
Who should read this book: individuals looking to enhance their project management skills and learn some helpful tips.
This book has been rated: 4.8 stars by Amazon reviewers – buy this book now.
What You Need to Know about Project Management
This book will help you to understand why it is important to set clear goals. It will also answer questions you have about ensuring your project stays on track, and what you should do if anything goes wrong.
Who should read this book: those who find it hard to set goals and are looking to set clear goals for themselves, their project and their team.
This book has been rated: 4.7 stars by Amazon reviewers – buy this book now.
This book will provide you with advice to make sure your project runs smoothly. After reading this book, you will have the ability to confidently approach anything that arises throughout the project and manage it in a suitable way.
Who should read this book: those looking to carry out a successful project and get to grips with project management jargon
This book has been rated: 4.6 stars by Amazon reviewers – buy this book now.
Project management is more and more required in today’s workplace, but most project managers haven’t been formally trained. This book offers ‘practical, real-world insights for effective project management’.
Who should read this book: individuals looking to change the way they think about project management and improve upon your current project management techniques
This book has been rated: 4 stars by Amazon reviewers – buy this book now.