Build, Excite, Equip: How to Simplify Change Adoption in Your Projects, by Nicola Graham, is a handbook for business change management aimed at project managers. Given that project teams have to incorporate the business change elements to make sure projects land as expected – but often without the support of a dedicated change manager –…
Whether you are studying for the exam or want to supplement your learning, here are the 7 best PRINCE2 books that I recommend.
Read my review of Phil Simon’s book Project Management in the Hybrid Workplace.
Learn which 10 change management books made my list of the most important reads. Great suggestions for project managers and those working in organizational change.
Risk meetings don’t have to be boring, although in my experience they often are. A Short Guide to Facilitating Risk Management is a book that specifically addresses how to get the best out of your risk management meetings. This book, by Ruth Murray-Webster and Penny Pullan, provides practical guidance on facilitating risk workshops, and making…
Wondering what tools you can use to improve your project communications? Visual Project Management has got you covered. This book covers loads of techniques for reporting complex data. Read my full review here.
A big ‘launch’ type event is not always necessary to kickstart a new project. Read this excerpt from the Science of Growth by Sean Ammirati to find out what really works.
There are 4 meeting sins that you should definitely avoid. Gerry Lewis’s book Shine discusses what they are and how to avoid them.
I recently sat down with the book Stakeholder-led Project Management by Louise M. Worsley and wanted to share my thoughts and take-aways from her book.
In his book, Second Order Project Management, Michael Cavanagh sets out a set of values for project teams to live by. He invites readers to borrow, modify, add to or delete from this list, so here they are. Project team values Our values are the rules by which we live – the filters through which…
This book helps to learn how to manage people and teams spread across the world.
Here’s my Must-Read Reading List for some great pointers on the skills, process and experience of engaging people and working together, whether your job is to lead or to follow. Twelve excellent books to add to your project management bookshelf.