Here are a few Information Technology relevant books and resources that we have found interesting and useful.
We hope they may be of use to you.
Extreme Project Management
A very effective approach for those volatile or evolutionary type of projects where strong relationships are vital and the outcome develops as you proceed.
GET IT DONE. A blueprint For Business Execution.
How to bridge the gaps and get things done effectively across the organisation, partners and suppliers so that you can make sense and take action to handle uncertainty and change.
Useful IT News Subscriptions
Some very useful i-Phone/i-Pad Apps
The One Page Project Manager
A very effective and simple way to track and publish the objectives and status of projects.
Project Management Leadership
A good guide outlining the essential leadership skills required to manage the human side of project management.There are other titles in the series. refer publishers site.
Improving Data Warehouse and Business Information Quality
If you are concerned about the quality of your business information and whether you are getting the right picture then this is "The Book" you must have as your guide to improvement.
Why your organisation should have a Data/Information strategy and how to go about it.
Authors: Sid Adelman, Larissa Moss & Majid Abai
Publisher: Pearson Education
Authors: Adelman, Moss & Abai
Barnes & Noble
Some very thought provoking business and self development books that are worth a read.
The Future of Management
Why the old management paradigm of last century will no longer cut it and why we need innovation in management.
Think. Why Crucial decisions Can't Be Made in the Blink of an Eye.
If you think logical analysis and critical thinking is dying out ...
Mavericks at Work Why The Most Original Minds in Business Win
A very thought provoking account of some great companies that do things differently and make a stand for something truly original.
SCORE! A Better Way to Do Busine$$
All about moving from a business environment based on conflict to one based on collaboration and the benefits that it can bring.
Leading Through Values.
Linking company culture to business strategy.
Elements of Persuasion
How to use story telling to get your message across, be it through formal presentations or in everyday business life.
Authors: Richard Maxwell & Robert Dickman
Publisher: Harper Collins
Barnes & Noble
A few other general non-fiction books you may find interesting - Click on the cover image for details and overview/reviews