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  • Smashburger Review

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    “Ben Snyder’s Everything’s A Project “nails it” with key insights from leading companies on how to move from average to “exceptional” in this project-driven world. This book is a “must read” for Smashburger’s company execs from accounting to IT. Bottom line: Whether you are in a large organization or a small startup, Everything’s A Project will help you grow your bottom line and foster a culture of accountability.”
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  • Liberty Global Review

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    “Just about everyone will find something valuable in this book—from first-year managers to CEO’s. Ben’s stories, anecdotes and lessons offer a simple and practical tool box for anyone trying to get from point A to point B in their project-driven organizations. Great read!”
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  • Epsilon Review

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    “In Everything’s a Project, Mr. Snyder does a great job of identifying the pitfalls that can derail projects big and small. Peppered with practical solutions and rich insights, this book is highly enjoyable. Everything’s a Project will help professionals of all kinds, but especially anyone seeking a career in project management.”
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everything's a project coverTalk with a few CEOs and non-technical VPs. Ask how their organizations handle projects. If they refer you to a project manager or the training department, you can be relatively sure they are operating with a one-legged stool. And their enterprise is likely wobbling from low employee engagement, late-to-market products, budget overruns, or other difficulties.

The leaders of project-driven organizations view “projects” as the main structure through which work gets accomplished. They recognize that mission-critical projects can exist anywhere in a company—IT, R&D, Manufacturing, HR, Sales, Marketing, Financial, you name it. This means every employee in the organization has a role in producing great project outcomes.

These leaders consciously engineer hiring practices, work processes, and organizational structure to deliver finely tuned project results. They remove obstacles and build high-speed rail lines to facilitate progress. Senior management can tell you enthusiastically how they are shaping all three legs—people, projects, and organizational structure.

Everything’s a Project describes how to become a world-class project-driven organization. You’ll read 70 lessons that others have learned the hard way. And you’ll gain tools and techniques for delivering consistently excellent project results and immediately improving corporate performance.

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