New Delhi : Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari released a book on project management, authored by renowned subject scholar Mr Adesh Jain, that provides valuable insights into the subject, taking cue from which will help project managers across sectors to plan their work effectively. The book, titled ‘Assorted Thoughts on Project Management’, is a compilation of the author’s thoughts and critical experiences which he has gained over the years while dealing with the subject.
“For any project to get successful, it is important that the nitty gritties are discussed, contemplated and solutions found beforehand so that the projects complete in a time-bound matter and projects remain economically viable. In India, projects are stalled mainly because there is no planning involved and everything moves in a very haphazard manner,” says Mr Jain.
The book is divided into two parts, first part of which deals with various important aspects of project management such as Goals-Strategies-Projects, Decision v/s integration, universal project management processes and New encounters, new experiences, among others. The second part of the book takes into account assorted articles on varying subjects of project management, including Nucleus of a task -the master key to project management, Human network management, Transparency yields trust, Discovering new horizons in project management.
The book released during the three day Global Symposium on Project Management in the national capital. Mr Jain, the National President of Project Management Associates (PMA), was also conferred during the symposium the Lifetime Achievement Award by Minister of State for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (Independent Charge) Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy in recognition of his efforts to create a project-oriented India.