The book

The 50 Golden Rules of Project Management

The 50 Golden Rules of Project Management

“The 50 Golden Rules of Project Management” is project management made simple. A “must read” pocket-size book for anyone involved in projects – not just the Project Managers. This is what you learn from experience as a PM and the insights you are rarely taught in a training course.

For beginners and veterans alike, it works on any type of project or industry. Multiple usages: Project Manager’s benchmarking skills, in-house training, project team surveys & assessments, … Find out why thousands of reader’s worldwide have already adopted it in this exclusive Slideshare/YouTube video interview.

Meet Vladimir @ public appearances:
10 Apr 2014 – IBP Summit – London
12 Mar 2014 – Project Challenge UK – London
02-03 Dec 2013 – PMA India Symposium – New Delhi

“A must read to increase project success and decrease uncertainties.”
Adesh Jain – National President, PMA/Project Management Association (INDIA)

“Going to make it mandatory reading for all Goodman Project Managers.”
Luc Lafontan – Group CIO, Goodman (AUSTRALIA)

“Keep this as a handy reference guide for your next project, follow the rules and be pleasantly surprised at how effective a project manager you can be. I thoroughly recommend it.”
Paul Hide – Vice President of European Operations, Sharp Electronics (UK)

BUY IT NOW (Paperback or eBook)

  • Paperback: 72 pages
  • Publisher: CEPM Publications
  • ISBN-13: 978-8192006703
  • RRP (international): $4.95/£3.99/€3.81
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4 thoughts on “The book

  1. Well done on the new book, I can’t wait to read it. No doubt I’ll learn how many of the rules I’ve broken over the years :-)

    Good stuff.

    Steve.

  2. Congratulations Vlad. You are and always will be the best PM I have ever worked with. Looking forward to reading the book and I am sure I will laugh a few times as I “relate” some of the case scenarios. Fantastic!

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