Important Aspects of Project Management: A Critical Review of Verzuh and Lewis Abstract Project Management is a dynamic, strategic methodology of achieving consistent success within an organization. Early Project Management pioneer Henry Gantt held that the: “business system had its foundation in service, and as far as the community is concerned has no reason for existence except the service it can render” (2006, p. 5). This sense of commitment to service is at the foundational core of project management. Yet project management is much more than simply a theoretical foundation upon which organizational efforts can be constructed. It is an integral, effective method of team building and problem solving that achieves results. In Fundamental...The end:
.....g Project Management. This sense of commitment to service is at the foundational core of project management. The theoretical framework and practical methodology of both Lewis, as well as Verzuh express the recognition of the individual. This interdependent strategy results in progressive achievement within practically any organization. It is an integral, effective method of team building and problem solving that achieves results. References Lewis, J. P. (2006). Fundamentals of Project Management (Worksmart). New York: Amacom/American Management Association. Verzuh, E. (2008). The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management (Portable Mba Series). New York, NY: Wiley. (2006). Organizing for Work by Henry Laurence Gantt. New York: Donald A. Forrer.