Normally the focus of this blog is on Sustainability. Sustainability can be thought of in terms of its components: lasting economic benefit, lasting social benefit, and lasting ecological benefit - or at least minimizing negative impacts to the so-called Triple Bottom Line of economic, social, and ecological measures.
This short post focuses on the first P of P, P, P & P - People. Not just any people, though - project managers in particular, and project managers who are in an otherworldly COVID-19 world right now. Together.
Many of them are "projectless" - their projects are on hold.
Some are busier than ever.
Either way, 56 of them got together under a 21-day challenge issued by Peter Taylor, the unlazy Lazy Project Manager, to write a book providing insight and hopefully inspiration during this otherworldly time. And, speaking of 'world', the authors hail from 20 different countries.
It's already published and available on Amazon.
For a worldwide perspective of the human side of project management as viewed by a spectrum of different project managers, check it out.
Disclaimer: I get no benefit from the sale of this book - I just think it's worth reading!