The Bourne Supremacy

The Bourne Supremacy

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The popular guide to the project management body of knowledge, now fully updated

Now in its seventh edition, this comprehensive guide to project management has long been considered the standard for both professionals and academics. With more than 32,000 copies sold in the last three editions, it has now been fully updated to cover the new PMBOK 5. Well-known expert Robert Wysocki has added more than 100 pages of new content based on instructor feedback, enhancing the coverage of best-of-breed methods and tools for ensuring project management success.

With enriched case studies, accompanying exercises and solutions on the companion website, and PowerPoint slides for all figures and tables, the book is ideal for instructors and students as well as active project managers.Serves as a comprehensive guide to project management for both educators and project management professionalsCompletely updated to cover the new PMBOK 5Examines traditional, agile, and extreme project management techniques; the Enterprise Project Management Model; and Kanban and Scrumban methodologiesIncludes a companion website with exercises and solutions and well as PowerPoint slides for all the figures and tables used Written by well-known project management expert Robert Wysocki

"Effective Project Management, Seventh Edition" remains the comprehensive resource for project management practitioners, instructors, and students.

Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Bantam Books, 1987, c1986.
ISBN: 9780553263220
0553263226
Characteristics: 646 pages ;,18 cm.

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Yavin
Dec 08, 2016

An excellent book, I think I still like the second and third books better, this takes place eight years after the Bourne Identity and sees Bourne being tricked into a government plot in Hong Kong. Very good, a bit long, but well worth the read.

Levi_Hayes Oct 27, 2015

I liked this book a lot better than the first one. It was longer than the first one but it involved less planning and fewer locations, so I was able to actually understand more of it. But the italics were actually REALLY annoying in this book, almost every time someone talks he italicizes something. And the ending where it should have ended was like 100 pages from the end of the book so I kept wondering what was going to happen after, and every time I thought it was the ending, I was further and further disappointed. There were three, if not four, times I thought I was at the ending but I wasn't. The summary on the back of the book makes you think the focus of the book is about the assassin double but it's about something more convoluted and extremely anti-climatic.

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