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What is your favorite project management book ?



I guess that ,being passionate about project managent, your read great books. Can't wait to make a list of the answers...
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Nenad -

I've a couple of bookshelves of PM books covering hard & soft skills, but if I had to list my favorites they'd be:

1. The Mythical Man-Month - Fred Brooks
2. Death March - Ed Yourdon
3. How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie
4. Start with Why - Simon Sinek
5. A Sense of Urgency - John Kotter
6. User Story Mapping - Jeff Patton
7. Mindful Leadership - Maria Gonzalez
8. Servant Leadership - Robert Greenleaf
9. The Human Side of Enterprise - Douglas MacGregor
10. Critical Chain - Eli Goldratt

Kiron
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Feb 08, 2018 8:27 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Kiron

very interesting list, I will look for some of them.



@ Kiron wow! that's an impressive list but I have to say that I also read almost all books of Dale Carnegie but then I was so disappointed to learn that a man with all those knowledge committed suicide at the end, Goldratt also has a theory of constraints.

@ Nenad I would say don't forget to read Sun Tzu The art of war
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1 reply by Eduard Hernandez
Feb 07, 2018 9:38 AM
Eduard Hernandez
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Not sure that D.C. committed suicide. I have checked Wikipedia and apparently he died from Hodgkin's lymphoma.



The PMBOK.



Feb 06, 2018 11:49 PM
Replying to Riyadh Salih
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@ Kiron wow! that's an impressive list but I have to say that I also read almost all books of Dale Carnegie but then I was so disappointed to learn that a man with all those knowledge committed suicide at the end, Goldratt also has a theory of constraints.

@ Nenad I would say don't forget to read Sun Tzu The art of war
Not sure that D.C. committed suicide. I have checked Wikipedia and apparently he died from Hodgkin's lymphoma.



"Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling" by Harold Kerzner
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Feb 08, 2018 8:28 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Muthi,

A big book, a nice reference document



The PMBOK of the PMI obviously and without any doubt.



Feb 06, 2018 5:45 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Nenad -

I've a couple of bookshelves of PM books covering hard & soft skills, but if I had to list my favorites they'd be:

1. The Mythical Man-Month - Fred Brooks
2. Death March - Ed Yourdon
3. How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie
4. Start with Why - Simon Sinek
5. A Sense of Urgency - John Kotter
6. User Story Mapping - Jeff Patton
7. Mindful Leadership - Maria Gonzalez
8. Servant Leadership - Robert Greenleaf
9. The Human Side of Enterprise - Douglas MacGregor
10. Critical Chain - Eli Goldratt

Kiron
Kiron

very interesting list, I will look for some of them.



Feb 08, 2018 9:48 AM
Replying to Muthu Srinivasan Shanmugam
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"Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling" by Harold Kerzner
Muthi,

A big book, a nice reference document



Thanks for the list of books, Kiron very impressive.

PMBOK and Mastering Project Management by Scott Berkun
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