Nov 14, 2010
Software Process and Measurement Cast 108 features my discussion with Bob Lewis. We talked about his new book Bare Bone Change Management, success, IT philosophy and a slew of other topics.
Robert Lewis, president and founder of IT Catalysts, is one of the most respected advisers and commentators in the IT industry. He is the award-winning author of eight books and nearly 800 columns dealing with how to effectively lead information technology organizations, integrate them into the enterprise, and use them as part of effectively planned and executed business change programs.
Known for his unique blend of vision and pragmatism, Mr. Lewis is recognized internationally as an authority on how to maximize the value delivered by information technology organizations and to achieve designed and planned organizational change.
Prior to founding IT Catalysts, Mr. Lewis held a wide variety of executive, management, staff, and consulting positions in the field of information technology, as well as positions in manufacturing, product development, business planning, and consulting.
Mastering Software Project Management: Best Practices, Tools and Techniques co-authored by Murali Chematuri and myself and published by J. Ross Publishing is on the bookshelves! According to one the reviews on Amazon:
"I am very glad that I found this book. It is the only project management book that I know of that is filled with practical, real-life and modern advice. It does not simply concentrate on theories but covers experiences that project managers will run into throughout any project."
If you a project manager or know project managers buy yourself a copy and a second to lend co-workers!
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SPaMCAST 109 will feature the next installment of my essay on the Seven Deadly Sins of Measurement Programs. We will be tackling the topic of envy.