Reading novels

During my trip to Nepal and taking into account than then it was when I had some time to read. Since this trip I have read: Farenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury), The naked mountain (Reinhold Messner), The locked room (Paul Auster) and now I have started Mr. Vertigo, written too by Paul Auster. I have enjoyed … Read more

Parkinson’s Law

I have enjoyed reading this phenomenom named “Parkinson’s Law“, “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion” Tomorrow I will use this articule in order to align some behaviours that are not helping the team. In addition, the second sense of the Parkinson’s law: “Data expands to fill the space available … Read more

Start with no

I was looking for an useful book about how to approach a negotiation. I found this one: start with no by Jim Camp. Some notes taken while I have read: You don’t need to close this deal, You “want”, you don’t “need”, Don’t worry about rejection, Do “cold” calls no “hot” calls, Negotiation never ends, … Read more

The Back of the Napkin

I have read this book interested in the idea of improving my knowledge in communication skills. I spend so much time building slides and adding some new perspective/style to the slides was other reason to read it. The idea around the book is oldest than the wheel, but the way each detail add a meaning … Read more


if you didn’t have enough with the PMBOK, now you can find a new guide for Business analysis BABOK. Other reading for bed reading.