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Remote Work Books
Working remotely truly is the future of office work. What other single change could reduce costs, increase productivity and make employees significantly happier. Employers, employees and managers all need to up their game and also make better use of the flood of new remote work tools coming on to the market.
“The style in which this book is written lends itself to just keep on reading. As someone who works with teams across multiple time zones and culture I recognised a lot of the topics that are discussed and I can relate to situations described. The author provides some good advice and references that are worth following up and there are some things I just hadn’t considered before. I liked the summaries at the end of key sections which will be good for going back and referring to later. A worthwhile read!” Amazon
Project Management Books
Small and medium businesses face unique challenges in running projects. They need to follow good disciplines without incurring the huge overheads of methodologies like PMP and Prince2.
“There are some interesting stories shared that really point to the fact that the author knows his stuff. He’s definitely been there and done that and knows what works in real life. It’s a slim book, easy to read, and convincingly makes the case for why project management should be adopted by small and medium-sized businesses. There’s a clear return on investment, and this book will help you make the case to your colleagues” – Elizabeth Harrin – A Girl’s Guide to Project Management