Project Management Lessons Learned



New book from CRC Press offers process feedback and improvement framework for project management

7 July 2018 – Florida, USA – CRC Press has announced the publication of a new book titled Project Management Lessons Learned: A Continuous Process Improvement Framework, by Mel Bost. Published in June 2018, this new book is intended for project managers, PMO professionals and students of project management who wish to apply performance-based feedback to their process and project improvements.

According to the CRC release: Special focus is given to technology development in projects and sustainability implications of process design. The book emphasizes rationale for a robust project risk management program which capitalizes on lessons learned. PMO leaders can use the organizational dynamics and systems archetype applications presented in the book to define project policy standards and procedures to align PMO behaviors with performance objectives.

Mel Bost is a project management consultant specializing in project lessons learned and best practices. He is currently teaching “project management for research” to digital humanities research students at Arizona State University. Previously he was a PMO Practice Leader with BOT International. He has conducted lessons learned training in Dubai and in Panama for the Canal Expansion Project. For over 35 years, Mr. Bost managed major projects for Ford Motor Company, Atlantic Richfield (ARCO), UNOCAL and ConocoPhillips.

For more about this book, go to https://www.routledge.com/Project-Management-Lessons-Learned-A-Continuous-Process-Improvement-Framework/Bost/p/book/9781498747776

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Source: CRC Press