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Read All About It...

by Projects@Work

Here’s our March 2010 roundup of recently published books recommended by and for project management professionals, including the latest thinking on leadership … a primer on earned scheduling performance … guides to business process improvement initiatives and preparing for PMI certifications … a business analysis glossary … and more.

Read All About It…

by Austin Russ

A new compilation picks the 100 “best business books of all time” and includes many titles that are relevant to the issues and challenges facing project management professionals today.

Read My Lips: Agile Isn’t a Speed Play

by Bob Galen

This coach is getting truly tired of talking to managers and leaders whose sole motivation in adopting agile methods is "increased capacity to go faster!" But if agile isn’t a “speed play,” what sort of play is it?

Read the Culture

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Organizational success depends upon cultural understanding. This is particularly true for project managers, who are the epitome of organizational players who need to exercise influence while possessing limited authority.

Reading People

by Dan Bradbary and David Garrett

People don't always do what they say or say what they mean, which is why a knowledge of body language is an important skill for project managers. If you know how to read your team members, you can grasp their needs, have true dialogues and run better meetings. What's more, you can pay attention to your own body language to be sure you're not sending the wrong signals.

Ready For Agile

by Ryan Martens

It has been said that agile project management is simple but changes everything. If you’re still interested, here’s an introduction to the principles of agile, including when, why and how it could improve your future project efforts (and 10 steps to finding out).

Ready For Compliance?

by Tim Ruzbacki

Sarbanes-Oxley auditors will ask many questions, but among the first will be: What is your standard operating procedure? One answer is COBIT--a standard for IT planning, implementing and monitoring that can be leveraged with enterprise change management tools to automate regulatory compliance.

Ready for Takeoff: Going Global

by Simon Kent

As more companies go global, it’s up to them to groom project leaders ready for the international scene.

Ready for Volatility

by Sarah Fister Gale

To navigate a turbulent marketplace, organizations must master portfolio management.


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