Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
Colleagues, friends, and family have been asking me how my book, Getting Results the Agile Way, is doing. It’s doing well. Today it was #10 on Amazon’s Best Seller’s list in Time Management.
Time Management is a great niche because time is such a unique and precious resource. How you invest your time helps shape your happiness, your fulfillment, your work life balance, and your achievements in work and life. I hope the insights and actions I’ve shared in Getting Results the Agile Way, serve you well on your journey and in your pursuit of mastering your time.
I think what makes this book unique for people is that I’ve tried to integrate as much as I could from many amazing mentors at Microsoft, my personal trials and tribulations, and even lessons from software development that we can apply to life (Think “Agile” for life or “Scrum for life” and the value of personal kanbans, timeboxing, etc.)
In related news, Getting Results the Agile Way will be featured in an upcoming article in a magazine with a reader base of three million.
Probably the biggest request I get now is training. I’m exploring different ways to share and scale training in a more effective way. I’ll be experimenting and testing approaches in the near future. While I’ve done one-off sessions and Webinars, I’d like to better package it up and productize it. I’m a fan of building information products to share and scale information and empower people.