2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I used this book on an elective on Japanese Economic History. It is complete, creative and a insightful on the economic history of probably one of the most "singular" societies on earth. It would be better to understand a little bit of economics prior to reading it but nevertheless the book is self contained.
I think another way of understanding one world is seeing its contrast with others: A way to learn a bit about trade, society, development, geopolitics, and a bit of economic history will come directly by studying an econmy in a diferent context than your own. If you approach this book with this view it will be very insightfull. If you already have a good sense on these… Read more
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
I am not a very experienced Project Manager.
I bought the book as I was going to participate in Projects in my organization and planned to equip myself with everything I could about it.
Also, I took 2 Microsoft Oficial Courses (beginner and intermediate) on Microsoft Project 2003 that costed my organization about $200.
I give it 5 Stars because the book has every topic there is about Microsoft Project 2003 that I have come to need (and more).
However, if you are new to MS Project consider that it might pay you more to take some courses. You will learn in them all the backbone knowledge to succesfully manage projects without having to spent alot of… Read more