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Web Project Management:
There are 100 books on the market that help explain how to write your Web pages, whether or not you knew what a Web page was before you opened the book. And there are a hundred books explaining how to run a successful project, outlining the aim and how to make sure you get yourself and your business to your destination on time and on budget. There are very few books, however, that help explain the need to project-manage a Web site and very few business books whatsoever that do their explaining as clearly and as elegantly as Ashley Friedlein's Web Site Project Management.
Project management is aggressively raising its profile in a context whereby new working practices force new ways of working on all managers. Project-based working has become a reality for all of us and technical managers particularly know that the cutting-edge computer know-how of staff is not, by itself, enough to ensure the successful resolution of a job of work. Web Site Project Management shows that the complexities of creating and delivering a commercial Web site can be overcome and in clean, direct prose walks the reader through the stages to completion. Friedlein outlines the attributes of a good project manager, explaining the scope and challenges of the role. He outlines a Web project method ("the framework for making decisions about the project") and goes into the different stages of the site project from clarification, definition and specification on to content, design, launch and maintenance. This could well prove to be invaluable. --Mark Thwaite [via]