My book tip!
No.1: Hans Stromeyer

My book tip! <br />No.1: Hans Stromeyer 18.03.2013 - What do the experts read and recommend? At sporadic intervals we ask trainers, academics and project managers to recommend outstanding books to us.

The first recommendations come from Hans Stromeyer, manager of award-winning aerospace projects in the 1990s and currently President and CEO of the consultancy and training firm Stromeyer & Partners, which provides training to project managers for IAPM certification.

Tip no. 1
Roland Ottmann: The Naked Project Manager. Published by Ottmann & Partners.

“An interesting combination of textbook, how-to guide, novel and comic that won the IAPM Book Of The Year award. Roland Ottmann has incorporated his 25 years of project management experience in this book. It contains numerous checklists and to-the-point summaries and is as informative as it is entertaining. Stakeholder management and risk analysis are key topics that are given plenty of coverage in this book.”

Tip no. 2
Gregg Braden: The Divine Matrix: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief. Hay House Publishing.

“Gregg Braden’s book is an educated antidote to scientific doubt about the world of spirituality. He explains the divine matrix that Max Planck said was ‘the place where the birth of stars, the DNA of life, and everything between originates’. This divine matrix reflects all our convictions and attitudes. Even projects and their progress can be viewed in the context of the matrix, which is why I like to recommend the book. It helps readers to ‘think outside the box’. I was very impressed by my own experiences of the divine matrix concept this year.”

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