Oct 30, 2011
Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 158!
The SPaMCAST 158 features my interview with Peter Taylor. We discussed his book The Lazy Project Manager. Peter and I discussed how to be an effective and effiecent project manager and still have a balanced life!
Peter is a dynamic and commercially astute professional who has achieved notable success in Project Management.
His background is in project management across three major business areas over the last 26 years, MRP/ERP systems with various software houses and culminating in his current role with Infor, Business Intelligence (BI) with Cognos, and product lifecycle management (PLM) with Siemens. He has spent the last 7 years leading PMOs and developing project managers and is now focusing on project based services development with Infor.
He is also an accomplished communicator and leader and is a professional speaker as well as the author of ‘The Lazy Project Manager’ (Infinite Ideas) and ‘Leading Successful PMOs’ (Gower) and ‘The Lazy Winner’ (Infinite Ideas).
More information can be found at www.thelazyprojectmanager.com and www.thelazywinner.com – and through his free podcasts in iTunes.
Also, if you are interested in getting published, check out the ‘Get Published’ site – www.pmpublished.com
Peter's email address: Peter.Taylor@infor.com
Peter has also provided two copies of The Lazy Project Manager for Software Process and Management listeners. I will draw two names at random (not random names) on November 27th and Peter will send the winners a copy. To participate send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Lazy Project Manager." Include you full shipping address.
Shameless Ad for my book!
Mastering Software Project Management: Best Practices, Tools and Techniques co-authored by Murali Chematuri and myself and published by J. Ross Publishing. We have received unsolicited reviews like the following: "This book will prove that software projects should not be a tedious process, neither for you or your team." Have you bought your copy?
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SPaMCAST 159 will probably feature an essay on systems think but it might be an essay on the impact of fear . . .either will very interesting!