The latest book I have finished is “ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever” by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson. My first impression was that this book is what I have been looking for! I was pretty excited to find the book and this is my thoughts and review of the book.
The book is about a collection of practical tips in your working day. Some reviewers write that the book is for business owner, however in my opinion it is also perfect for every professional. It is very easy to read and you will be able to finish it within few hours, because although it is 273 pages, but most of that is filled with white space and some artwork or illustration, so at the end of the day you will only read around 100 or so pages. In short: the book is simple and practical.
As a Project Manager, sometimes you forget that you are responsible not only to your customer, but also other stakeholders. This article tells you about your responsibilities to these stakeholders.
Most project managers are doing their work without knowing the substantial basics. The following link explains to you what are the basics that a Project Manager has to master. In my opinion, this article is a must-read for everyone who is involved (even only a little) in a project, not only Project Manager.
Enjoy the reading: http://www.pmhut.com/10-basics-of-project-management
Peran PMO dalam menunjang strategi bisnis dan portfolio suatu perusahaan dapat dibagi menjadi 3 fungsi utama, yaitu :
I would like to share my experience on passing PMP exam. I will divide it into 4 parts: preparation, self study, exam, and after exam.
The other day, I was giving another 2 out of 3-days training for Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Accelerated. It was a small, but effective class with great and very enthusiasm participants of four people with almost banking area background.
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I apologize that I realized it had been almost three months without any updates in this blog. Lately, – well since more than three months actually – my time had been consumed for work, work, and work. I just have to admit that I had been pretty much worn out and the bad news is that it will be going on for at least another 1 – 2 months.
However, I am glad to let you know that I have prepared plenty of stuffs for my blog, not that the time is wasted for nothing. I just need to figure out a bit of how to manage my time for my blog. In fact, this blog has been helping me to share my experiences, know-how, or anything related to project management and it has become quite popular here in Indonesia.