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Would you like to be twice as productive on your projects and still leave the office early? Peter Taylor, PMP (www.thelazyprojectmanager.com) has a suggestion for you: Become a "lazy" project manager. In his book The Lazy Project Manager he reveals how adopting a more focused approach to life, projects and work can make you twice as productive.
In today's interview we talk about productive laziness and how you can apply Peter's simple techniques and approaches in your own projects. We look at how to manage them from a 'Productive Lazy' point of view. Peter is not by nature, a lazy person and neither is our show host Cornelius Fichtner, but both of them have many other things to do in life, beyond the projects and podcasts that they manage.
Therefore, Peter's approach helps to balance life, projects and work.
And as always when we speak to a published author you get a chance to win a copy of Peter's book. Listen in to participate and you may find The Lazy Project Manager in your mailbag.
The winners of our last contest where you could win a copy of Mark Perry's book "Business Driven PMO Setup" are:
- Anthony Warrix
- Stanley Kolodziej