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Powerful Project Communication

Discover, learn and discuss 6 of the 15 evidence-based project communication principles to aid professionals to communicate

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The NEW One-Page Project Manager

With The New OPPM™, this uncommonly practical guide, currently saving time and effort in thousands of organizations worldwide, has itself been simplified, then refined and extended to include the innovative AgileOPPM™.
This new edition introduces new material and updates including:

  • OPPM™ templates in color.
  • Introduction of the ground-breaking AgileOPPM™
  • References throughout the book to the affiliated sections in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®)
  • Overview of MyOPPM™ online template builder, and much more.

This new book will help you master the one-page approach to both Traditional project management and Agile project management.

*PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Steven C. Wheelwright, PhD
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Harvard Business School
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The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

Greg McKeown

The Book in Two Sentences

  1. “Essentialism is a disciplined, systematic approach for determining where our highest point of contribution lies, then making execution of those things almost effortless”.
  2. “The way of the Essentialist rejects the idea that we can fit it all in”.
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The Presidential Transition Act made it the law, the OPPM made it simple

Clark Campbell, Founder & Author

The importance of effective and well-planned presidential transitions has long been understood. The Presidential Transition Act of 1963 provided a formal recognition of this principle by providing the President-elect funding and other resources “To promote the orderly transfer of the executive power in connection with the expiration of the term of office of a President and the Inauguration of a new President.” The Act received minor amendments in the following decades, but until 2010 all support provided was entirely post-election. The Pre-Election Presidential Act of 2010 changed this by providing pre-election support to nominees of both parties. Its passing reinforced the belief that early transition planning is prudent, not presumptuous.

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Agile Joins the OPPM Family

Clark Campbell, Founder & Author

The fourth book in the OPPM Series is scheduled for release by John Wiley & Sons on Christmas Day.  B&N and Amazon are now accepting advance orders.  In addition to vivid color, and continuous OPPM improvements, this book will introduce the Agile OPPM.  Therefore, a few comments comparing traditional with agile project management will be helpful. And of course, we need a visual.

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If it has a staple through it, or a paperclip around it - they won't read it

Clark Campbell, Founder & Author

Many years ago, I was teaching an executive MBA course in project management. Every other weekend, the class would meet and two of the students had to prepare (to the best of their ability) an executive-level status report on an existing project. In the first class meeting, two of the students volunteered to “get the pain out of the way” and be first to team up and prepare a status report for the next class meeting.

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—Harold D. Kerzner, PhD

Senior Executive Director International Institute for Learning, Inc.

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OPPM and the PMBOK

Clark Campbell, Founder & Author

More than 400,000 professional project managers know that PMBOK is the acronym for A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge.  That being said, still many practicing project managers, and readers of the OPPM books, are not familiar with the PMBOK. 

With this Snippet, we desire to provide readers of all experience levels a “seriously simple” visual display of the PMBOK.  We will also drill down on Communication Management showing how the OPPM comfortably aligns with PMBOK processes and knowledge areas while accelerating communication effectiveness.

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