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Timm J. Esque, No Surprises Project Management: A Proven Early Warning System for Staying On Track (Mill Valley, CA: ACT Publishing, 1999).
No Surprises Project Management includes a detailed case study from Intel Corporation where the CBPM method began to evolve in the mid 1990’s. This book remains the only comprehensive description of the commitment-based approach to project management. It also contains a step by step description of how to implement the Map Day participative project planning technique.
Timm J. Esque, Making an Impact: Building a Top-Performing Organization from the Bottom Up (Atlanta, GA: CEP Press, 2001).
Making an Impact describes the performance systems approach to improving performance as it applies to small teams, project and process management, and whole organizational management. It is designed for managers at all levels as well as organizational change agents. If you are interested in how CBPM applies outside the project context, this book is for you.
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