Re: expanding our range

Subject: Re: expanding our range
From: Gale Stafford <gstafford -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2004 10:52:30 -0600

> I bet a lot of us are reading a work related book or taking a work related course. Care to share what you're reading or learning?

What's on my desk:

"Use Cases - Requirements in Context" by Kulak and Guiney. I'm using
this book to guide all my work in documenting use cases for an
identity management / directory service that we're going to set up
next year.

"Getting Things Done" by David Allen. Great every day reference book.
I can pick this up, turn to a random page, and always find something
useful. Big thanks to the person who recommended this book on the
techwr-l list a few years ago (I forget who it was, but thank you!).

What's on my shelf:

"Project Management Nation" by Charvat. Two thumbs up! Five stars!
Having this information helps me to think more broadly about our
project, and have more intelligent conversations with our project

Gale Stafford



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