This book provides a wealth of useful project management information and advice in crisp straightforward language. It is probably most suited to functional managers grappling with the issues arising between project management needs and the needs of traditional management. The Table of Contents provides an easy source of reference for the various available topics and the index provides further assistance.
It is a quick and easy read and quite possibly of most value to those managers with some project exposure and who are grappling with current issues arising between project management needs and the needs of traditional management. That's because the problem is that if busy executives don't know what they need to know, they probably won't bother to find out.