Today’s pace of change has reached unprecedented levels only seen in times of war. As a result, project management has changed accordingly with the pressure to deliver and make things count quickly. This audiobook looks back at a period of incredible change and mines lessons that Project Managers can use today.
In May 1940, the United Kingdom (UK) was facing a dire situation, an imminent invasion. As the evacuation of Dunkirk unfolded, the scale of the disaster became apparent. The army abandoned 90% of its equipment, the RAF fighter losses were deplorable, and over 200 ships were lost.
Winston Churchill, one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century, was swept into power. With depleted forces and no organized defense, the situation required a near miracle. Churchill had to mobilize quickly and act with agility to assemble a defense. He had to make the right investment choices, pour resources in, and deliver a complete project in time to save his country. This audio looks at Churchill as an agile Project Manger, turning a disastrous situation into an unexpected victory.
|Manufacturer:||Multi-Media Publications Inc.|
|Publisher:||Multi-Media Publications Inc.|
|Studio:||Multi-Media Publications Inc.|
|Package Weight:||0.2 pounds|
|Package Size:||5.4 x 0.6 x 0.6 inches|
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