In this book, the author has assembled one-hundred "processes" based on established,
practical ideas used by successful project managers in many fields, including those
identified in the Project Management Institute's PMBOK® Guide.
The book is organized for quick, random access to the processes and provides a consistent
and easy-to-use compact format for each.
Examples of processes include such useful general items as: Brainstorming; Decision
Making; Negotiating Project Changes; Project Objective (Mission); Rewards and Recognition;
and User Needs Assessment.
Notwithstanding the "Downside" items we've listed, this is a valuable and handy
little reference book of project management processes. It has a few executive management
processes like Project [Portfolio] Office thrown in for good measure, or perhaps to
make the number up to one hundred! Tom Kendrick has done a good job of identifying
and describing most of the main project management processes used by today's project
managers in the majority of today's projects.
R. Max Wideman
13. Ibid, p xi