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Results Without Authority : Controlling a Project When the Team Doesn’t Report to You -Tom Kendrick
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RESULT WITHOUT AUTHORITY : Controlling A Project When The Team Doesn’t Report To You

Tom Kendrick
BRAND NEW, PAPERBACK

RM28.00

How To Lead a Project Team Effectively Via Influence And Clear Communication

ISBN 9780814417812
Book Condition BRAND NEW
Format PAPERBACK
Publisher HarperCollins Focus (AMACOM)
Publication Date 23 Mar 2018
Pages 288
Weight 0.48 kg
Dimension 23 × 15 × 1.7 cm
Retail Price RM89.01
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It’s tricky enough to spearhead a big project when you’re the boss. But when you’re the leader of a team of people who don’t report to you, the obstacles are even greater.
 
Today’s corporate organizational structures may still bear a resemblance to a clean hierarchy with clear reporting lines and functional groups within divisions, but organizational change and collaboration within and across companies seems to have made these structures fleeting at best. How does one cope when deliverables depend largely on other professionals over whom one lacks formal authority?
 
When you’re a project manager with a team of people who don’t technically report to you, your challenge is to get Results Without Authority. This book delivers proven techniques for controlling projects and managing diverse teams in a wide variety of situations, and bringing those projects to successful closure.
 
The concepts in this book are essential for all project managers, with and without authority, because they offer a productive alternative to “command and control” management techniques that can easily backfire.


For project managers looking to establish credibility and drive winning results, author Tom Kendrick’s groundbreaking system provides the key to leading cross-functional, outsourced, and other types of teams through every stage of the project cycle. Results without Authority is the definitive book on control–teaching the three principal levels of control, including project process, influence, and metrics, among other important areas.
 
Tom Kendrick’s system will help you get successful project results from diverse, cross-functional, virtual, outsourced, and other types of project teams by showing how to establish and build:

Control Through Process. Key project management processes, infrastructure, and the role of the project office.

Control Through Influence. Productive leadership styles, reciprocity, and maintaining relationships.

Control Through Project Metrics. Quantitative, predictive, diagnostic, and retrospective metrics for project control, motivating desired behaviors, and avoiding potential problems.

Control Through Project Initiation. The role of the sponsor in project control, the importance of project vision, project launch documentation, and the project start-up workshop.

Control Through Project Planning. Collaborative planning as the foundation of project control; planning as a key factor in setting baselines and establishing metrics.

Control During Project Execution. Measurement and interpretation of project status, informal communication, and maintaining relationships as keys to maintaining control.

Control Through Tracking and Monitoring. Controlling scope and other project parameters; formal project communication and reporting, rewards and recognition, and project reviews.

Enhancing Overall Control Through Project Closure. Sign-off, evaluating retrospective project metrics, celebrating, and rewarding the team; improving long-term project control through lessons learned.
 
Packed with invaluable guidance for managing projects of all scopes and in any field, Results Without Authority will help novice and experienced project leaders get the best from their project teams. Readers learn the surefire way to keep projects moving forward: by relying only on these factors.
 
The book’s completely updated second edition includes new information on agile methods and evolving project management tools, strategies for working with virtual teams, analytical versus “blink” decision processes, the use (and misuse) of social media in project environments, and the myth of multitasking.
 
For project leaders lacking clear-cut authority, getting everyone on board–and keeping them there–can be a challenge. Whether you’re managing small, team-level projects or major organizational initiatives, Results without Authority is the must-have guide to getting the best outcomes for your company.
 
Results Without Authority is the definitive book for project managers looking to establish credibility and control. A groundbreaker in the field, it supplies a start-to-finish system for getting successful project results from cross-functional, outsourced, and other types of teams.
 
The completely updated second edition includes new information on:

• Agile methods and evolving project management tools

• Strategies for working with virtual teams

• Analytical versus “blink” decision processes

• The use (and misuse) of social media in project environments

• The myth of multitasking.
 
For project leaders lacking clear-cut authority, getting everyone on board—and keeping them there—can be a challenge. Results Without Authority is the must-have guide for getting the best results from your team.
 
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About the Author :
 
TOM KENDRICK, PMP has over 35 years of project and program experience, including senior positions with Hewlett-Packard and Visa. A respected author, he received PMI’s David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award for the previous edition of this book.
 
Tom Kendrick is a program manager, most recently with the Hewlett-Packard Company, and the author of Identifying and Managing Project Risk and The Project Management Tool Kit. He conducts project management classes, and presents at conferences and universities on program manage­ment, project risk, and related topics.

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