Timothy Johnson is all about accomplishment. His motto is ” Carpe Factum” which is Latin for ” Seize the Accomplishment”.? Having read his other books, I was excited to get my copy of? SWAT (Systems Working All Together).? Systems thinking has been a big part of? my life for a long time and is embedded […]
Thank you to everyone who has supported and encouraged me through the process of putting my first book out there.
I’m happy to say it is now for sale!
I’m happy to announce that my friend Travis Anderson who is a frequent contributor to this site recently had an article he wrote published in the PMI College of Performance Management’s quarterly “Measureable News” newsletter.
It’s a great article on…
Let me help you unpack this a bit. I see many people who are in other roles who have become very interested in ‘IT’…
Many of us work in different industries, have different experiences, live in different parts of the world, and are from different generations, but I bet we all have a few books in common among all of us here…
Book swapping, discounted buying, used sellers….there are many ways to get your hands on great books for personal development or classes without paying the full cover price. I kept track of my savings over the university book store price when I was working through my degree in Project Management.? I saved about 60% overall compared […]
Today I would like to highlight some bestselling project management books by Kerzner, Verzuh, and Biafore. Take a look and see if they pique your interest.
Update: Linda from Renton, Washington is the lucky winner! Congratulations Linda!! O’Reilly will be shipping the book directly to you shortly. Dux Raymond Sy contacted me recently to let me know about his new book, “SharePoint for Project Management“. I follow Dux on Twitter and read his blog and like what he has to say. […]
Glen Alleman over at Herding Cats is someone who I respect, and also works in a similar project environment as I do.? I asked Glen for his book recommendations on project management in general, and specific to government contracting and projects in the aerospace/defense arena.? Glen responded with a post on his own blog with […]
Recent events allowed me to catch up on some reading and I found myself going through “Sway – The Irreresitable Pull of Irrational Behavior” by Ori and Rom Brafman. The book is a generally enjoyable light read, but it delved into one topic I found very fascinating: irrational loss aversion.