Results Without Authority, Second Edition
Controlling a Project When the Team Doesn't Report to You - A Project Manager's Guide
Tom Kendrick. 2012. Amacom.
When you're a project manager with a team of people who don't technically report to you, you need to get results without authority. This book delivers proven techniques for controlling projects and managing diverse teams in a wide variety of situations, and bringing those projects to successful closure. The concepts in this book are essential for all project managers, with and without authority, because they offer a productive alternative to "command and control" management techniques that can easily backfire.
You will learn how to establish and build:
control through process
control through influence
control through project metrics
control through project initiation
control through project planning
control through tracking and monitoring
control through project closure