The Nehemiah Effect, Will Be Free to Download Tomorrow (6/14/2014)


United States – WEBWIRE – Friday, June 13, 2014

The rapid convergence of technological and knowledge growth is resulting in disruptive change unlike any in human history. So why go back 2,500 years for a business leadership and project management model?

According to today’s experts, Nehemiah’s building the 4.5-mile wall around Jerusalem in 445 BC should have taken years with a huge labor force. But he accomplished it with 150 leaders and an enormous volunteer team in 52 days. His book is a roadmap on how to accomplish seemingly impossible goals using a Business Agile framework.

The Nehemiah Effect combines new mindsets, methodologies, and technologies with proven, ancient wisdom to deliver surprising results for today’s business leaders and project managers.

Ted and Andrew Kallman’s, The Nehemiah Effect will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (6/14/2014– 6/18/2014) at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KDPD6VC. The Nehemiah Effect is rated a 5.0 by those who have purchased the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:

“Ted and Andrew’s book is all about their "Agile Manifesto,” which they call the Unified Vision Framework (UVF), a methodology that provides a clear and effective response to those who doubt that agile is a legitimate method for managing projects efficiently. I was not convinced that the Agile approach could be applied to managing projects, other than short-term IT projects, that is until I saw a presentation of their UVF methodology they gave in a PMI Chapter meeting After that presentation I decided to read their book – it made me a convert and true believer in their UVF methodology.
UVF is a 4D model that, in the authors’ words, “provides a business leadership framework that strengthens and accelerates any project management methodology that is used to manage projects.” Remaining competitive in today’s global market requires organizations to change how they deliver projects quicker with fewer resources if they want to stay in business.
This book provides an excellent set of guidelines for effectively implementing a Business Agile leadership approach within any organization of any size to manage projects of all types and sizes.
Regardless of whether you accept the biblical accounting of the rebuilding of the wall around Jerusalem in 52 days as factual or not, the authors provide the readers a clear set of guidelines for implementing their UVF methodology, which in of itself is a worthy enough purpose to purchase and read this book.” – Dennis L. Bolles

“There is no question the rate of change in industry is rapidly evolving and pushing the limits of what current management practices can handle. The book details a UVF framework by which managers can successfully guide their teams through processes that are highly effective and produce more consistent results. The book touches on multiple points of management structure that are critical to success. This book will enlighten even the most seasoned managers not only in sound project management practices but leadership in general. An quick enjoyable read.” – Mr. Mark D. Spaak

For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Rob Kosberg, President of Best Seller Publishing, at (626) 765-9750 or email Rob@bestsellerpublishing.org

About The Author: During his career Ted has worked directly or in a consulting role as CEO, COO, and CMO for various companies. He has added significant value by assisting clients in reducing (or avoiding) costs -and/or- by increasing revenue. His projects have included; Marketing, CRM, SFA, Call Center, IT, Internet, Ecommerce, Integration and PMO programs



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