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Today's office can seem more like a chicken coop, with everyone running around, squawking, clucking, and kicking up dust and feathers. Well, it's time to take control of the problem!Have you studied traditional project management, only to discover that it falls short? Are you done with silly theories of how things should function, and eager to apply streetwise tactics to real problems like egos, cliques, deadlines and squabbles?Welcome to the fine art of herding chickens-innovative, unique techniques for project management. Here, authors Dan Bradbary and David Garrett reveal novel ways to boost efficiency, eliminate chaos, and ultimately complete your project on time, within budget.In a novel, engaging style, you'll how to herd your project tam (no matter how dysfunctional it is), how to look ahead to keep from falling behind, how to read, deal with, and charm all types of people, how to navigate the corporate jungle with finesse, to control all aspects of a meeting, to use bleeding-edge technology to help your project, and more.
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