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BFM2013 / Knowledge-based organizational change / ISBN:9781493581078 / Published 2013-10-26 on Amazon
3. STRATEGIC OUTSOURCING
__ Strategy and outsourcing


The business side of BYOD / cultural and organizational impacts / ISBN:9781494844264 / Published 2014-01-30 on Amazon
2 TOMORROW
__ 2.4 Internet of Things: a “blue sky” perspective


#SynSpec - XXI Century Expert Team Building and Management / vol. 1 of Connecting the Dots / ISBN:9781499798074 / Published 2014-07-26 on Amazon
4 EVOLVING MANAGEMENT, STEP-BY-STEP
__ B. Understand Your Own Knowledge Boundaries


#QuPlan - A Quantum of Planning / vol. 2 of Connecting the Dots / ISBN:9781508673422 / Published 2015-03-23 on Amazon
__ A CAVEAT
WHY #QUPLAN
__ What is a project?
1. TODAY
__ 1.6. A systemic perspective
__ 1.7. Continuous process improvement
2. TOMORROW
__ 2.1. Coping with the future
APPENDIX A. SOFTWARE CLASSES COMPARISON
APPENDIX B. THE ONLINE COMPONENT


Business Case and Product Comparison / Episode 2015/0 / ISBN: / Published 2015-04-22 on Issuu
Chapter 1 Method
__ Engagement Tool
Chapter 2 Business Case
__ Appendix: Tools


Background - Support Process / Episode 2015/1 / ISBN: / Published 2015-05-27 on Issuu
Chapter 3 Thinking
__ Pre-Empt Thesaurisation
__ Coping with Change


Background - Monitor Process / Episode 2015/2 / ISBN: / Published 2015-06-11 on Issuu
Chapter 2 Business Case
__ Action


Ongoing - Removing Free-Riders / Episode 2015/3 / ISBN: / Published 2015-07-07 on Issuu
Chapter 1 Method
__ Introduction


Ongoing - Certification / Episode 2015/5 / ISBN: / Published 2015-07-13 on Issuu
Chapter 1 Method
__ Introduction
Chapter 2 Business Case
__ Action
Chapter 3 Thinking
__ Your Investment


25 years of lessons (and counting) on 'relevant data' / vol. 3 of Connecting the Dots / ISBN:9781496073594 / Published 2015-08-22 on Amazon
1 YESTERDAY AND TODAY
__ 1.1. Business intelligence and the real world
__ 1.3. “Data vs. knowledge” ownership
__ 1.4. A systemic perspective