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# Project Management Tweet Book01: 140 Powerful Bite-Sized Insights on Managing Projects Paperback – May 5, 2010
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"Every day the devil and success sit side-by-side in a project. This book helps ward off the former and embrace the latter." --Gary Monti, President and Owner, Center for Managing Change; author of `The Executive's Guide to Change Management'
"At last, helpful, insightful project management advice that can be read in an hour and used by both managers and those who direct them." --Roger C. Parker, author and book coach, http://www.PublishedandProfi table.com
"Jhamb and Ralfe have provided a real treat with this book. Each PM tweet provides a rich mini-lesson on how to succeed as a project manager." --Anthony C. Mersino, author of `Emotional Intelligence for Project Managers' and President, The Project Advisors Group, Inc.
"Uncommon common sense sorely lacking in today's business and project management. This book fills the need and succeeds to give great tips." --Harish Chinai, PMP, Past President, PMI Silicon Valley Chapter; Managing Partner, Ultimate in Success, The Certifi cation Training Experts in the Bay Area. http://www.ultimateinsuccess.com
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Top Customer Reviews
"Project Management Tweet" by Guy Ralfe and Himanshu Jhamb is a refreshing book that steers away from the normal course that most Project Management books take and instead they have managed to distill their experience into short "Tweet" style points that drive the message across.
I found several positives in the book:
a) The book contains points that are short, precise and if you have done any Project Management, you can instantly relate to them.
b) Each message is thought provoking and makes you reflect on your own experiences when you had faced similar situations in your project.
c) The points mentioned in the book are practical and no matter which industry you belong to, you can apply them to your projects.
I also particularly liked the fact that one can read the book in one sitting, a Message a day or pick up any page of the book to move forward.
It is difficult to create books that are timeless in nature given the nature of our lives today. In this book, the authors have put together timeless wisdom, that me and my team can keep coming back to.