Book: What They Don’t Teach You in Project Management School

 “What they don’t teach you in Project Management School” builds on the existing book of knowledge on project governance and management. The book brings the author’s tacit knowledge rooted in context to bear on this subject.

There are several topics that are not taught in project management schools – metrics, managing onshore-offshore delivery, managing staffing pyramid, managing cash flow in projects, comprehensive project governance plan, and also comprehensive coverage of tools and templates like MS Project Professional, Requirement Traceability Matrix and EVA.

The book provides deep insights and shares experience on how projects are delivered in the real world. Emphasis is on the mathematics of project management.





Joseph Dolphin is a senior leader with two decades of experience in Technology & Management Consulting, having worked with some of the global best. He is an MBA from Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi University, India. He has delivered technology & consulting projects for clients across industries spanning North America, Europe, South America, Africa, Middle East and Asia.

Joseph Dolphin has hands-on technology expertise in SAP, Oracle, IBM Websphere, Broadvision, Kronos and Java. He is a seasoned management consultant- Six Sigma, OBASHI, CHAMPS2, Innovation Practitioner, COBIT5, Scrum Master and certified Solution Architect.

He has published over 20 papers in various international journals. Over 1500 global professionals connect and collaborate on his two LinkedIn platforms – ‘CRM, Commerce, Community and Content’ and ‘Social, Mobility, Analytics, Cloud, IoT and AI’.

He has been driving People Transformation agenda across management schools and businesses through a unique pedagogy he calls ‘Experience in a Classroom’. He is a much-sought-after faculty on project governance and management. He has trained over 200 senior professionals in the industry.

You can purchase a copy of the book, here.


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