Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager by Kogon, Blakemore, and Wood

Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager is a very good example of a book that communicates with its target audience really well. However, it’s also the kind of book that people outside of its target audience will might not appreciate. So, who is the target audience of this book? Clearly laid out in itsContinue reading “Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager by Kogon, Blakemore, and Wood”

Rebel Cities by David Harvey

David Harvey’s Rebel Cities challenges the capitalist norm in which owners of capital are the only ones thriving in cities and poses that we can find a socially just solution to allow the majority to reclaim the cities. This book made me think: yes, that’s true; our cities are flawed. Rebel Cities doesn’t dictate theContinue reading “Rebel Cities by David Harvey”

Flow by Mihaly Csikszentihalyi

Mihaly Csikszentihalyi’s Flow is all about having optimal experience, leading to a state of “flow.” When you’re in a state of flow, you’re more productive, more creative, and more content. If this is the case, it sounds like flow would lead one to (or, might be the expression of) self-actualization (see Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs),Continue reading “Flow by Mihaly Csikszentihalyi”