The views expressed in this article are strictly those of Max Wideman.
Published here July 2012.

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According to the author:

"Whether it's your first project or your one-hundredth, its success depends on your ability to organize, plan, delegate, analyze, and so much more. Now is not the time for complicated theory or advanced concepts. You need the proven, universal underpinnings of real in-the-field project management methodology."[27]

Notwithstanding our observations described under Downside, we quite agree. As we said at the beginning, it is nice to read a book on the real basics of managing a project and this book does provide "Simple Solutions for Busy People".[28]

R. Max Wideman
Fellow PMI

Downside  Downside

27. Ibid, back cover
28. Ibid, from the title of the book
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