Summary and Info
This book is for a beginner who has never done PM. There is nothing about Process Groups or Knowledge Areas, and only a couple of pages on ES, LS, EF, LF, and Earned Value. It touches on only the most basic of formulas. I would pass this up and go with the PM for Dummies book if you are new to PM, and pass it up altogether if you are already a PM. There are some very good books for intermediate level PM's, those studfying for the PMP exam, and seasoned PM's as well.
More About the Author
James R. Lewis (born November 3, 1949) is a professional writer and academic specializing in new religious movements, astrology and New Age.
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