The book is aimed at making life easier for anyone who has to manage a small project, whether it be a:• Business Project• Social Project (Church, Charity, Club etc.)• Domestic Project (Home & Garden)• Personal ProjectThe author has created a tailored and much simplified version of the well established and respected PRINCE2® project management method. This slimmed down model focuses on the core elements of Benefit, Cost, Quality, Planning, Risk, Scope and Time. Some essential extra components have been added to create a project management model specifically designed to help you successfully manage a small project. The author has called this hybrid model PerformWork and to make life even easier, there is an accompanying website called PerformWork.com that enables you to use the methods described in this book to manage your projects via the internet.The extra components described in this book and available on the website include:• Built in Budget Tool – no need for separate spreadsheets• Create a Project Website in Seconds – no technical skill required• Global and Project Specific Glossaries• Project and Personal “To Do” Lists• Reference Library• Handling of Environmental Issues.Every project is by definition unique, so a key feature of the PerformWork model has to be flexibility. You use the features that are appropriate to your project and should you need to make any changes, anything can be easily modified later.The book starts with detailing the types of project (Business, Social, Domestic and Personal) that PerformWork can help you manage. As everyone knows, being forewarned enables you to be forearmed, so the next two sections describe the common reasons why projects fail and why your brain actually benefits from writing project documentation. Then follows a description of the key players in a project, their roles and responsibilities.There is a detailed explanation of why each of the core elements of a project are so important. The main body of the book takes you through the stages of a project and how best to manage them.Finally, there are chapters on handling change requests and other issues, plus extra things you might need to do when handling long or complex projects. There are sections covering the optional features such as, lessons learned, risk registers, the reference library, the glossary and managing the daily logs and to do lists.The book also tells you how you can use the associated website, PerformWork.com to quickly create your own, project specific website in under a minute!PerformWork is the trademark of PerformWork LtdPRINCE2® is the registered trademark of Axelos Ltd.