Andy Warhol once famously stated that “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.” My blogging partner, Steven Starke, has just received 15 minutes of fame – plus a month. Let me explain.
Steve is the author of S.T.O.P The Project Management Survival Plan. His book provides the reader with “proven project management principles complemented with tools, tips, techniques, and stories to ensure your success in project delivery“. Steve’s book turns a practiced eye on the area of product development.
Steve is uniquely qualified to do this since he’s been a Vice President of Project Management and Product Management. He understands the product development process from a series of different vantage points. His ability to be able to bridge product and project management and provide deep insight into leading product development projects has made his book increasingly popular.
So, why am I telling you this?
Well, three highly respected voices in the project management community have recently spoken out about Steve’s book. Neal Whitten, a highly respected project management thought leader, wrote a positive review. Our business partner and friend Lee Lambert, a true force in the project management community, has also supported Steve’s book. And just this week PMI.org featured Steve’s book on the landing page of their website! No small achievement.
While our blog is dedicated to helping product managers, project managers, and product team members increase their success by providing posts that help improve our audiences effectiveness, I could not let these 15 minutes of fame pass without recognizing another of Steve’s significant achievements!
Congratulations partner! These 15 minutes of fame won’t be your last!