The kind folks at the British Computer Society are throwing a bash for me to launch my new book, Project Management in the Real World. I give an entertaining yet informative speech for around 45 minutes, then take questions from the floor, pose for photos and sign any copies people feel inclined to buy. Then they’ll be refreshments. Food is very important to me so I have been sure to clarify the quality of refreshments. No tea and biscuits for us. I have been assured a sandwich and cake buffet which justifies the entrance price, if listening to me speak about the challenges of project management methodologies wasn’t enough.
Not yet got a ticket? You have two options:
- Go to the BCS website, get all the details and pay the entrance fee.
- I have a VIP ticket going spare, so if you are available to attend the event in London on Monday, 27 November, email me your name and contact details and I’ll see what I can do. My details are on the About page; finding them is your first challenge.
Looking forward to it!