I have been reading "Principles of Project Management" by Meri Williams from last 3 days and I am really impressed with the quality and content of the book. The book serves as a "refresher" for experience project managers while as for beginners it will work out as a "foundation". The most important things is the illustrations and the design of the book. It doesn’t talk about the booking project management theories. The examples are short and simple. You can readily co-relate your experience and most of the times it seems that you are reading your own stories.

Another thing that I liked about this book is the font size and colors – it makes it pleasant to read. I would recommend this book to everyone – Just go and read it.

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