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"If you want to build energy, velocity, and momentum toward an outrageous goal, Kimberly's Scrappy Project Management is just what you've been waiting for to help you get those results with more pleasant surprises and fewer disappointing shocks along the way."
Christine Comaford-Lynch, CEO of Mighty Ventures, author of Rules for Renegades
"This book unabashedly puts forward a new, unambiguous, non-shrinking, and ultimately empowering view of what we all as project managers should commit to be and do every day in our project roles."
Cinda Voegtli, CEO of Emprend, Inc. and President of ProjectConnections.com
Scrappy Project Management is refreshingly honest and terrifyingly accurate. The exercises are fun and useful. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lora Stone
Will not teach you about gant charts or how to pass PMP, but lots of good advice for how to sucessfully deliver projects in the real world.Published 4 months ago by A. J. Bennet
very helpful in dealing with project management topics..Published 6 months ago by Amin Akbarimonfared
Great intro to reality for beginner PMs. Loved the author's approach and view of Project Management!Published 7 months ago by Christopher D Bergman
Great book with some great practical tips on project management. Would recommend to anyone who has to lead or manage projects.Published 9 months ago by David G
An inspiring, and punchy `airplane read' which can be consumed over the course of a cross-country flight. Truly a fresh and amusing take on our profession. Read morePublished 14 months ago by G. Hawkins
Very informative book detailing project pitfalls. Unfortunately, I have two areas of division from the author that reduced my stars from 5 to 4. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Patrick C.
FANTASTIC piece of work filled to the brim with practical, street-smart advice on how to optimize one's effectiveness as a program or project manager - useful whether you're a... Read morePublished 19 months ago by David J. Bouchard
Let me preface this review by saying that I'm biased. I read this book as part of an MBA class requirement. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lee G