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Human Resource Skills for the Project Manager

People are the backbone of projects and the most important resource in a project. To survive and grow in the twenty-first century, project managers must learn and use appropriate human skills to motivate and inspire all those involved in the project. This book offers practical guidelines that can be used to develop and implement the human skills appropriate to project management: communication, motivation, negotiation, conflict resolution, conflict and stress management, and leadership. This book is Volume Two of The Human Aspects of Project Management series.

Vijay Verma

Vijay Verma, M.B.A. is a leading authority on organizations and the human side of managing projects. He has written extensively about people on projects, including Human Resource Skills for the Project Manager. Mr. Verma holds the following degrees: B.S., Engineering, Punjab University; M.E., Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Nova Scotia; and an M.B.A., University of British Columbia.

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  • Hardcover: 268 pages; Dimensions (in inches): 0.69 x 9.76 x 5.44
  • Publisher: Project Management Institute; ISBN: 1880410419; June 1996
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