I was asked recently to review a new book about project management (as if what the world needs is another book about project management; the PM bookshelves shelves runneth over as it is). However, I agreed and have been happily surprised to find this book is competently written—literate, well-organized, nicely expressed—by someone who knows what he’s talking about.
I’m not planning to tip my hand here and tell you what book it is, who it’s by and what I really think beyond that first impression. I’ll save that for the finished product which you’ll be able to read on Amazon.com before long.
I will tell you, however, that the voice of experience who wrote this book on project management repeatedly makes a point that project managers are all-too-familiar with and English majors ought to be more familiar with, and that is this: What goes wrong on projects…
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