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The common denominator/bottom line for both the professional service firm/PSF and the individual/Brand You is: the project. And for the cool individual in the cool professional service firm there is only oneanswer: the cool project.
A seminar participant said: "Reward excellent failures. Punish mediocre successes." So, how many of you are at work -- right now -- on "mediocr...more
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Published September 15th 2000 by Knopf Publishing Group (first published September 21st 1999)
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Wow! This is an awesome book. If you're involved in projects, I highly recommend it. If you aren't, yes you are - and so you should read it to find out why. This is a fast, fun-paced guide to making success out of projects by making them bigger, meaningful, important, and impassioned. Peters revs up his own energy and format, building his 50 tips around the stages of Create, Sell, Implement, and Exit. He includes lots of quotes and ideas from others ("Reward excellent failures; punish mediocre s...more
Jennifer Cloe
I had to read this for a class assignment and really enjoyed it.
A short but delightful book about projects and project management in service companies

Un divertrido y util libro sobre como usar los proyectos en este mundo de servicios
Dan Pfeiffer
Excellent book with great ideas. Unfortunately you receive mostly hate from your peers when you begin implementing them. But hey, that means you're DOING IT RIGHT.
Ramy Khodeir
Most interesting thought was that every thing may be seen and approached as a project !
Lori Grant
A should-read book on business life.
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Born in Baltimore in 1942 "with a lacrosse stick in one hand and oars over my shoulder," Peters resided in California, mainly Silicon Valley (where he was on a list of "100 most powerful people in Silicon Valley"), from 1965–2000. Today, Peters and his wife Susan Sargent live on a 1,600-acre working farm, "always under construction," in Vermont. His two stepsons, Max and Ben Cooper, are "busy chan...more
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