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The Project Manifesto, Amazon Best-Selling Book Free For One More Day


Rob Newbold and Bill Lynch bring you The Project Manifesto, is a fictional story with real life lessons that forces the reader to reconsider the traditional approach to developing new products.  The Project Manifesto about the adoption of the critical chain project management methodology--an approach that has been very successful and has been around for nearly 20 years, but has not been widely adopted. We tend to think about “change” in terms of what we do. We get different results when we choose to think and therefore act in different ways. So change programs--whether they be self-improvement or business-improvement--tend to focus on the ’what to change’. Whether it be new activities, new processes, or new tools, the prescription for change typically culminates in a list of things to start or stop doing. It is rare that a change program delves deeply into the process of how to cause the change, and for understandable reasons. 
If you have come to a place where you need to get more out of your business then this book may be just the thing you need to open your mind to other possibilities.  Project Manifesto tells a story that will give you a different outlook on project management strategy and you will be able to implement the strategies laid out in this story to any business you may be involved with.
If you have ever asked yourself the following 3 questions, this book is for you: How can your bureaucratic organization achieve world-class speed and productivity? How can you better balance your time at home and at work? How can you spend time on the things you love, while at the same time keeping what you need?
The book is currently free and available for download on Amazon for 1 more day (until 3/28/2014) get your copy here: The Project Manifesto has reached #1 on Amazon’s best seller list with an average 4.9 star review rating.  Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
An excellent book written in the form of a novel, so it is an easy read. We learn alongside a project manager who inherits a troubled project. While tackling the challenges he is presented, he uncovers fundamental principles that equip both his work team, and his family, to go beyond normal, and toward exceptional.

I found this book to be refreshing and insightful. It is broad enough in scope and deep enough in content, that it provides guidance that can be immediately applied in both business settings, and in the rest of life. I recommend this book to people looking for an engaging novel; project managers, project sponsors, and team members who want to make a quantum leap forward in their performance; and everyone who has a life outside of work.” – Papa G.
“Very good book about how to manage your life! Loved that it was a fictional novel that can be applied to everyones life. Teaches a great lesson! Thanks Rob and Bill.”
 – Peg
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About the Authors: Rob Newbold, CEO and cofounder of ProChain Solutions, is one of the world’s leading experts on project management using the critical chain approach. Over the past twenty-five years he has developed process improvements in the fields of health care, manufacturing, and project management. He is the author of numerous papers, contributor to several books, and author of two earlier books, Project Management in the Fast Lane and The Billion Dollar Solution. Rob holds degrees from Stanford University, SUNY Stony Brook, and Yale University. Bill Lynch is president and chief operating officer of ProChain Solutions. He has spent nearly twenty-five years creating breakthrough process improvements. Bill cofounded ProChain Solutions to provide innovative integrated solutions for product development and project and resource management. Bill is the owner of the Washington Spirit women’s professional soccer team and a founding member of the National Women’s Soccer League. He has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering and graduate degrees in liberal arts and logistics management.


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