The Logical Thinking Process – An Executive Summary (book presentation)

Bill Dettmer, my friend and mentor often cited on this blog, published his 9th book “The Logical Thinking Process - An Executive Summary”. This new book is much smaller in size and number of pages than the famous “big green book” (The Logical Thinking Process: A Systems Approach to Complex Problem Solving), only 65 pages compared … Continue reading The Logical Thinking Process – An Executive Summary (book presentation)

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The Logical Thinking Process – An Executive Summary (Book)

Bill Dettmer, my friend and mentor often cited on this blog, wrote his 9th book “The Logical Thinking Process - An Executive Summary” that is now in the final stages of the publishing process. This book will be much smaller in size and number of pages than the famous “The Logical Thinking Process: A Systems … Continue reading The Logical Thinking Process – An Executive Summary (Book)

The Executive Guide to Breakthrough Project Management – Book Review

The Executive Guide to Breakthrough Project Management is about combining Critical Chain Project Management and "alliancing" or collaborative contracting for a win-win efficient way to manage huge (or small) construction projects. Soon when reading the guide, it becomes obvious that what the authors describe as efficient in construction and capex projects can be used in … Continue reading The Executive Guide to Breakthrough Project Management – Book Review

My takeaways from throughput accounting, the book

I knew the author, Steven M. Bragg from his podcast series “Accounting Best Practices with Steven Bragg” before I came across his book “throughput accounting, a guide to constraint management” published by Wiley & sons, 2007. Book presentation The hard cover book has 178 pages, 10 chapters, easy to read in neat presentation and legible … Continue reading My takeaways from throughput accounting, the book

My Takeaways from Big data, the book

I got my first explanations about Big Data from experts who were my colleagues for a time. These passionate IT guys, surely very knowledgeable about their trade, were not always good about passing somewhat complex concepts in a simple manner to non-specialists. Yet they did well enough to raise my interest to know a bit … Continue reading My Takeaways from Big data, the book