Beyond Collaboration Overload by Rob Cross is the book that will change how you think about working with others. Everyone expects us to collaborate, all the time. Team structures are flatter; teams are self-managing. Being good at collaborating is just part of the job. Except no one teaches how to do it well. This book…
The Lazy Genius Way by Kendra Adachi is a book that will prompt you to embrace what matters, ditch what doesn’t and get stuff done.
Thursday is the New Friday: How to Work Fewer Hours, Make More Money and Spend Time Doing What you Want is a book by Joe Sanok.
The Long Game is a book that will help you create the ‘white space’ that you need to clear the decks and work out what that long term plan might be. It also explains how you might get there, however winding the path.
Not Today: The 9 Habits of Extreme Productivity tells the powerful story of what it’s like to have no time to get anything done and yet need to keep a business and a family afloat.
Whether you are studying for the exam or want to supplement your learning, here are the 7 best PRINCE2 books that I recommend.
From To Do to Done from Maura Nevel Thomas will give you the tools to evaluate how you organize and track tasks efficiently.
Learn more in this Making Workshops Work book review about this handy book from Dr. Penny Pullan that will help you facilitate your next group meeting.
Find out more about this practical guide in my How to Fix Meetings book review.
How can you be a good project manager? In this extract from their new book, Jahn Karsybaev and Fred Obiero share the characteristics and behaviors of successful and unsuccessful project leaders.
“Time management is dead,” writes Graham Allcott in his book, How To Be A Productivity Ninja. The old time management concepts don’t work anymore, he says, because we don’t have the same working environment. The number of information sources has gone up, and we’re expected to juggle more and manage more complex jobs while our…
Find out why networking is something you can’t afford to avoid. Here are 6 fantastic reasons to get out there and meet new people – and they aren’t what you might think.