Leadership in Action

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Leadership in Action 76pp Illustrated ISBN-13: 978-0-9554132-9-2 The MAG Factor – Management, Administration and Guidance Clients and Managers Working Together Communications – the Right Stuff Twenty Questions for the Client and the Manager of the Project These four booklets are brought together in one volume and are part of an occasional series related to pragmatic […]

Management in Practice

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Management in Practice 80pp Illustrated ISBN-13 978-0-9554132-1-6 There has been a proliferation of serious and popularist books on all aspects of management and project management. This book is different in form and content. It addresses the needs, interests and availability of management practitioners and provides assistance for those aspiring to be more knowledgeable and confident […]

An Introduction to the Ever Expanding Design Team

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an introduction to the ever expanding design team 100pp Illustrated ISBN-13: 978-0-9574834-0-8   Good, integrated, affordable, sustainable, customer satisfying design is essential for the UK built environment, society and civilisation. Good, capable, Design Teams are needed to provide the designs. These modern, ever expanding Design Teams need leadership to be efficient, effective, appreciated, satisfying and […]

An Introduction to and a Study Guide for Collaboration for Contractor Contributions to Design Team Activities

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128pp Illustrated ISBN-13: 978-0-9574834-1-4 Within this volume there are eighteen separate modules for stimulating and selective self-study including case studies, examples and exercises with model answers. These modules may be of interest to ‘contractors’ who wish to get closer to the design processes and make meaningful contributions. The modules may also be of interest to […]

Sixteen Stories

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sixteen stories – for managers of projects, programmes and enterprises 68pp Illustrated ISBN-13: 978-0-9554132-7-8 Once upon a time. Yes, once upon a time, there was a busy ‘manager*’ who sometimes could be tired and tense. What they desired more than anything in the world was lots of suitably comforting and relaxing stories – with illustrations […]