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Published here July 2014

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Author Ann Pilkington's book, Communicating Projects, is a valuable addition to the project management literature. It takes a somewhat laid-back approach to the role of a "communicator" working in a project environment, yet deals with a large number of the issues that typically face project managers and their teams in every-day project work.

The book is well written in a clear, light easy reading style, well balanced between text, bullets, tables and graphics. In our view it contains sound and realistic advice on project communications that integrates well with the traditional view of the unfolding project life span.

R. Max Wideman
Fellow, PMI

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