The list author says: "After earning Master's degrees in Engineering and Business, I learned from the best in the world how to manage projects. I spent over 30 years successfully running projects, programs, and portfolios of projects of all kinds and sizes. I then learned how to do it much better, to deliver projects "in half the time, all the time", which I now call Lean Project Management. Here are some of my knowledge sources."
"My latest book, with many updates on the process, and "how to" lead implementing Lean Project Management. Includes detailed descriptions of the key roles for Lean Project Management, and more on Lean, Six Sigma, TOC, and the PM basics you need. Innovative format of two page modules geard towards learning one topic at a time."
"Dr. Eli Goldratt's first, and IMHO best book. It describes the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in action, although never uses the term. If you are in other than a production environment, open your mind when you read it to translate it to your business environement. It does apply to R&D, Engingeering, Services, Government: any type of business or government process. An easy read."
"The best book on system dynamics. I think Deming may have missed out on this one. While surely included in his "Understanding of a system" part of Profound Knowledge, he didn't put enough emphasis on the dynamic part."
"You need this if you plan to lead teams to develop creative ideas. Add the TOC Prerequisite Tree (see Dettmer) to this, and you have a powerful machine. DeBono has authored about sixty fun books with wonderful thinking in them. You owe this to yourself."