What’s your top 3 change management books from the last 5 years? (Trying to refresh and read up again!)
What are some good books to read, materials or classes about how to be a more effective PM? And about communication management, recos are gladly accepted.
My teammate is leaving for a new opportunity soon and I will be floating by myself for a few months. Would anyone be able to provide me with any solid books that pertain to our field? I'm open to anything for creative, people manager 101, digital marketing, career motivating, etc. Trying to swim along to find my new normal and be self motivated.
I'm an account manager, but want to get better at helping and managing my team. So, I've started doing some of the copywriting myself so I can get a better feel for what's involved, what's needed, and how I can help others improve. I recently attended an SEO conference and then spent a weekend reading everything I can get my hands on. I've also got a reading list I'm building out. What are your favorite books and sources to become better at copywriting?
Books to read as a newish manager? I struggle with feeling guilty directing people to do things when they seem busy and expressing disappointment
I lead a team of women (ranging from 2-8 years into their careers) and want to advocate for their career growth with management. I’ve made the case for promotions and raises (have been pushing for this for months and keep being told “soon”—but I won’t give up), but I also want to try smaller asks and would love suggestions. Are there any books, one-off classes/trainings, virtual events, memberships, etc. that you’d recommend? Thank you!
Helpful resources / best practices for being an effective Program Manager? Any books or published content you’d recommend on the subject? TIA 🙏🏼
hadn't worked with a female co-worker since starting this job, recently met a mindblowing amazing person who just got promoted to manager. she loves reading, any suggestions on female leadership books
I don’t think I have enough saved (80-100k) to justify a financial advisor. But I also was never taught/learned about money management and planning. Are there any good resources or books in which I could learn about how to invest in my retirement?
What time do you booked your return flights on Thursday's? Awesome managers have let me book as early as 4:30 PM.
What are some highly recommended people / team management books? Leading my first team right now and am looking for insight into conflicting personalities, working styles, etc.
Which books would you recommend to a product counel for tech startup about strategy, management, and leadership?
Any recommendations for good business books (preferably on general management or economics)?
I was asked by a friend for a few management consultant books (similar to liar's poker in the finance industry) to check out. The only one I can think of is Peter Drucker's Adventures of a Bystander (good but not too much consulting)... any suggestions! 😁
Are there any good movies or novels that show skill development - like follow through? Self-management? Money management? I read a lot of self help books so I know a lot of the theory, and books peppered with examples help, but I feel like most 1 paragraph examples don’t five justice to how hard it may be to change a behavior.
I will be in SF next week to present my book “Agencies & Brands in the Experience Economy..” I’d love to connect with people from the area. RSVP and details here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/book-presentation-agencies-brands-in-the-experience-economy-management-organization-tickets-57295348931?ref=eios
I’m 33 years old. I have a decent amount of experience under my belt. Over the phone, recruiters and hiring managers say they love my book. But when I’m brought in for an in-person interview...
Interested to hear how people learn project management. I have done PRINCE2 exam and read PMP materials, but I find these are too textbook theory based. Real life projects seem to be very different and a lot more complicated. I often do not know what needs to be done unless someone tells me. I believe you can learn these things on the job, but I am keen to expedite this with some books or courses. Are there any resources that are particularly helpful?
For people in consulting - do you often read books about project management and motivation? Would appreciate your recommendations (preferably the ones with more than one thought for the whole brick of text 🤨).
Hi everyone, looking for a PWC referral for a couple of Senior associate roles in manufacturing / supply chain service lines. YOE - 8 and have an advanced degree in engineering.
I’m a business-savvy CM seeking a strategist role at a brand ready to fully embrace the chaos that is social media. I specialize in tricking people — tricking celebrities into retweeting, *continued*
I Have more sparetime now (Thanks Covid!) and I wanted to invest it in data skills related courses. I found one on data camp called "Data Skills for Business" and then was planning to continue with their "data analyst with Python" career track. What do you think of those two courses? Sinon, do you have any suggestions for better alternatives? Thanks! 🙏🏻
Looks like my united status match is not gonna be completed by the time. Is there anyway to rebate? I am 4 segments short for gold and wonder if I can talk my way out
AMERICAN EXPRESS India is hiring for Product Manager role. Title: Product Manager (Req ID: 21011754) Experience: 4+ years JD screenshot is attached. Kindly DM me if interested
How to deal with change? 1 year out of college and living with 3 of my best friends, just talked about living together for next year but they are all moving to new cities. Another friend is moving to my city so I’ll be living with them but I can’t help but feel a little lonely/like a huge stage of my life is over. Any tips for dealing with this change? I guess I also feel a little guilty because I’m pretty covid conservative so I’ve turned down social outings this past year because of that.
Someone who tends to make sexist remarks (without realizing that they are sexist) used an analogy in a client meeting - statistics are like a mini skirt. They reveal a lot but hide the crucial things. Hopefully anyone reading this knows why this is problematic. I’m keen on raising an objection but unsure how. I want to come from a place of building awareness. Any tips?
Can anyone share your successful salary negotiation strategies for L6 product manager for Amazon? Seems like a very wide band. NY based
Individual from undergrad got an MBB offer and asked what to do to prepare in the time before starting. What do you recommend? Do you recommend something different for MBA's?
￼just joined the firm and needed to roll over my 401k. I got a check from the old brokerage made out to the new brokerage for the value of my 401k. Still haven’t sent it in to PwC. Should I hold off
Is there a difference between a normal tax professional vs a tax consultant that works for the big 4? Are they essentially the same position and get paid the same as well?
Any suggestions for anger management books?
Is the timing to obtain a Green Card mostly dependent on the applying firm or the USCIS? How long? Thinking of making a dash to get it before I possibly get kicked out (I'm an L1 from 🇬🇧)
Hi all! Pleased to say I'll be starting at MBB in August. Anything you'd suggest doing between now and then as I have a lot of extra time and obviously can't travel. Thanks!
Has anyone successfully used a gmat waiver? (Either just been approved or was approved and you also got in). For context looking at Ross and some stats are below: 690 gmat for now (taking 1-2 more times) CPA 5 YOE, 3 audit 2 FDD. Manager effective 10/1 UG GPA: 3.3 big 10 school Post mba goal : BB IB Wondering if I should try to apply for the waiver on basis of having CPA? Will not use this as my explanation but trying to study in this m&a market has been rough…
Planning a vegas trip - any recommendations for which strip hotels allow marriott and / or SPG points to be used?
How do I ask for a salary increase when I’ve worked for less than a year? New incoming analysts are getting paid about 10k more than my current comp. My mentor who’s a senior manager even knows that my cohort is being underpaid....
Is FRM or CFA a better certification?
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