Six-Word Lessons for Project Managers: 100 Lessons to Make You a Better Project Manager
Lonnie Pacelli, a globally-recognized project management authority, is the creator of the Six-Word Lessons series, which began with this book, based on the legend that Ernest Hemingway was challenged to write a story in only six words. The story was: For sale: baby shoes, never worn.
Lonnie took this idea to heart and wrote a book about his project management expertise with 100 six-word lesson titles and a brief description for each lesson.
He thought this Six-Word Lesson format would be perfect to give project managers a quick, simple reference to make them better at their jobs, and generate successful project results.
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Six-Word Lessons for Project Managers, the first book in the series, gives you 100 simple to understand six-word lessons which cut through all the baloney and get you results fast. Get lots of great nuggets in the following categories:
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