Everybody wants to be a project hero, don't you? IT project heroes work long hours, attend endless meetings, do their own work along with everyone else's and sacrifice family, hobbies and any form of personal life for the sake of the project. Is this the heroism to which we aspire? Steve Caudill and Russell Mullen, veterans of both successful and failed IT projects over the past 20 years, share their insights into IT project failure. They provide simple and effective techniques to combat common non-technical issues. A Hero Behind Every Tree is packed with real-life stories of dismal failure and soaring success along with practical approaches to getting more success and less failure in your IT projects. If you are tired of investing good money after bad in IT projects that fall short of your expectations, don't buy another project management methodology, software quality tool or IT training program. Read this book.
|Publication date:||4th February 2009|
|Author:||Russell Mullen, Steve Caudill|
|Publisher:||Dacoda Projects LLC|
|Categories:||Information technology: general issues,|