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There’s No Such Thing as an IT Project

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There's No Such Thing as an IT Project by Bob Lewis and Dave Kaiser
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Sep 24, 2019 | ISBN 9781523098835
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    Sep 24, 2019 | ISBN 9781523098835

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There’s No Such Thing as an IT Project is a refreshing change from the heavy academic books on IT management theory. This new work provides practical been-there-done-that guidelines that can be easily implemented by IT leaders. It’s a quick read, offering an innovative approach to promoting IT’s essential role in business success.”
—Michael Benz, Vice President, Information Technology, Kraus-Anderson Construction Company

“This is a must-read for C-suite executives still searching for a better way to adapt quickly in an ever-changing world where technology is dramatically leveling our competitive playing fields before our very eyes. Doing so requires courage and a new and practical approach to understanding how to best leverage your precious IT resources and staff.”
—Mike Felmlee, CEO, Prouty Project

“Bob Lewis is one of the few honest voices out there. He and coauthor Dave Kaiser deftly turn their vast and often-amusing experiences in the innards of organizations into lessons learned. Read their advice and you’ll have a better shot at navigating the minefield of hazards that annihilate more than half of all business change initiatives.”
—Eric Knorr, Editor in Chief, IDG Communications

There’s No Such Thing as an IT Project will transform how you think of IT and the value your organization can derive from it. It should be required reading for everyone in the C-suite, particularly the CTO and CIO, as well as every line manager, business analyst, and anyone else who’s about to say ‘Let’s get IT onto that.’”
—Mark Gibbs, entrepreneur; Contributing Editor, Network World; and IT consultant

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