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A world-class business education in a single volume. Learn the universal principles behind every successful business, then use these ideas to make more money, get more done, and have more fun in your life and work. Project management is a core business skill that every successful business professional must learn. Unfortunately, most people learn it by managing projects without training or support, relying on mistakes and feedback to improve their skills. Making Things Happen is full of practical advice and real-world examples about how to lead projects successfully from conception to completion, without having to "learn it the hard way".

Scott Berkun, formerly a project manager for Microsoft, has a knack for skipping the complicated jargon and convoluted methodologies that characterize most project management books. Instead, he breaks complex subjects down to the critical essentials and provides a copious amount of real-world examples, which makes this book very approachable and easy to understand.

Unlike the vast majority of project management texts, Making Things Happen isn't designed to lead you towards PMI certification: it's designed to give you perspective and practical information that would take years to learn via the "school of hard knocks. The first version of this book, The Art of Project Management , was focused on software and technology development professionals. Making Things Happen is a revised edition that makes Burkun's advice more applicable to all project managers, regardless of industry.

The leadership and management lessons presented in this book are universal to all projects, making this revised edition a must-read. Josh Kaufman is an acclaimed business, learning, and skill acquisition expert. Josh's research and writing have helped millions of people worldwide learn the fundamentals of modern business.

All rights reserved. All excerpts from the book are published under agreement with the publisher. This material may not be reproduced, displayed, modified, or distributed in any way without the express prior written permission of Worldly Wisdom Ventures LLC. Buy the book: Print Kindle Audio Get the audio free. Print Kindle. About Josh Kaufman Josh Kaufman is an acclaimed business, learning, and skill acquisition expert. The Personal MBA.

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Note: While reading a book whenever I come across something interesting, I highlight it on my Kindle. Later I turn those highlights into a blogpost. It is not a complete summary of the book. These are my notes which I intend to go back to later. The Boeing Company, one of the largest airplane design and engineering firms in the world, keeps a black book of lessons it has learned from design and engineering failures. A forcing function is anything that—when put in place—naturally forces a change in perspective, attitude, or behavior. So, schedules are important forcing functions for projects.

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Buy it on Amazon. Book features include: 16 chapters on the critical and common challenges of leading projects and managing teams, over 50 clever diagrams, entertaining photography, war stories of success and failure, snarky humor, executive summaries, challenging exercises, discussion guide, annotated bibliography, extensive footnotes and references. Highly recommended for CEOs, project managers, and hackers alike. My review in two words: Buy it. Reading this was like reading the blueprint for how the best projects are managed at Microsoft. I wish we always put these lessons into action!

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