At the IHRIM 2011 Conference a couple of weeks ago I came across a great new book that I wanted to share - authored by one of IHRIM's board members, Rob Prinzo.
Project management and software implementation consultant Rob Prinzo has found most projects fail due to human factors early in the project life cycle. His insightful new book, No Wishing Required: The Business Case for Project Assurance, offers a success-driven approach to managing major collaborative endeavors.
It's a great book and sure to be helpful in ensuring projects succeed through effective collaboration. No Wishing Required is the story of a project team navigating the complex world of enterprise software implementations in their quest for project success. No Wishing Required takes the reader through a project manager's journey as she struggles with a major system implementation that is on the brink of failure to the challenges of the company's latest project: a complex multi-step system upgrade/transformation project. Through this journey, she discovers that there is a way to assure project success that really works: collaborative intervention SM.
Learn more about this great book at http://www.prinzogroup.com