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REVIEW:The Personal MBA

In 13 chapters narrated for 20 minutes over 13 hours, Josh Kaufman illustrates : what tools, techniques and principle you need to master to set up and run a business. The books argues that, one don’t need to spend all the time, effort and Money on having an MBA. The Personal MBA gives you all … Continue reading

REVIEW: Poorly Made in China

I found the book name very catchy and I didn’t blink an eye before buying it, downloading it and start listening! The purpose of the book, is to dispel myths about china and importing from China. It discusses why  China is not a real threat for the western manufacturing leadership of the world. Below stated … Continue reading

REVIEW: Real Influence

Another master piece by Mark Goulston. Thank you, really thank you. I am not sure how I would I make  it through management and leadership without great insights and action steps like your. The book is really very inspiring and eye-opener. Personally it touched me to the core. It’s about techniques and approaches to have … Continue reading

Crush It: Cash in on your passion

The book start is extremely nice and it grabbed my attention. I have listened to the first 90 minutes in one session. However as I proceeded with the book it became lets interesting. The book idea is how to make your passion a money generator! how to cash from doing things you’d love to do. … Continue reading

REVIEW: Poke the Box

This is not my first reading for Seth Godin. I have before read Linchpin and planning to read The Purple Cow. The book is about being an initiator, it’s about doing something, not giving up early, getting feedback and keep trying. It’s about starting things very often, with dedication and perseverance. The book highlights very inspiring thoughts … Continue reading

REVIEW: Web Operations – Keep Data on Time

REVIEW: Web Operations – Keep Data on Time

  If you’re a technician or technical manager working on a large-scale web site reading this book is not an option. This is a must-read book. However,if you don’t work in such environment, don’t bother reading the book! It will be very hard to related and understand. The book is composed of 17 chapters collected … Continue reading

Review: Enabling IT FInancial Transparency

Review: Enabling IT FInancial Transparency

The purpose of this presentation is to illustrate how to calculate IT costs in a scientific way and not guessing. IT financial management is one of the most complicated subjects to address.  From a business perspective IT financial transparency is usually a pain. The start of the presentation was a bit boring and I was … Continue reading

REVIEW: What Every Body is Saying

I liked this book for so many reasons: the language is simple and the ideas are introduced in a very nice and  simplified approach. They purpose of this book is to help you notice and interpret body language. It is based on an Ex FBI agent experience. It also set simple general rules that one … Continue reading