I highly recommend Elizabeth Harrin’s leading-edge new book, Collaboration Tools For Project Managers: How To Choose, Get Started, And Collaborate With Technology. It’s an expert analysis of how PM tools have evolved, how to choose the right tools for your organization, and how to leverage them for maximum business value.
I have been recommending Elizabeth’s blog & books to my PMP students ever since I saw her give a great presentation at the PMI North American Global Congress in Washington DC in 2010, about her book: Social Media For Project Managers. And comparing the new book to the earlier one, two things are very striking:
- How much change there has been in the world of social media tools for PMs since the first one, and
- How thoroughly and how well Elizabeth has captured the changes and described them in her new book, Collaboration Tools For Project Managers!
Elizabeth’s exciting new book is a great read which is already helping many PMs navigate the new world of SM software. And as a bonus, Elizabeth’s book shares a very business-savvy perspective, from her strong experience as a senior PM and as the leader of her own business communications company.
Elizabeth Harrin is the Director of The OTOBOS Group, a project communications consultancy based in London.
She has a large international following for her award-winning blog, A Girl’s Guide To Project Management. She has authored many books on PM, including Shortcuts To Success: Project Management In The Real World, and Customer-Centric Project Management: Advances In Project Management, co-authored with Phil Peplow.
She is also the youngest woman ever to be awarded the FAPM designation: Fellow Associate in Project Management (at age 34!)
You Might Also Like To See:
- Your PMP Class Is Over – What’s The Best Way To Study Down The Homestretch? My Last 11 Tips (Free article, PM World Journal)
- The PMP Exam Change from January 2016 – What You Need To Know (Free Blogpost)
- Sneak Preview To PMBOK V6 Change– Coming 3rd Quarter, 2017 (Free Blogpost)
- My Upcoming Class Schedule at NYU SPS: Spring Semester 2017