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Episode 078: The Fiddler on the Project

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Episode 078: The Fiddler on the ProjectHow many project management books do you read per year? 1, 2, 3, 5 or even more? If you do read them then you will know the value that new books have in our profession: they take us to the next level. Whether it is a book on Napoleon on Project Management or one that is called Surprise now you are a Software Project Manager they all move our profession forward. So what kind of thoughts would a new project management book titled “The Fiddler on the Project” evoke from you? From me, it evokes that if I were a rich man, I would probably invest in it. Our guest today is Rich Maltzman, PMP and he would like you to write this book for him. Yes… you read right – he wants you to write his book. At least parts of it. Listen to the interview to learn more and get involved in some project management social networking.

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