- This very popular book looks at the relationships between success, failure, and improvement.
- Drawing from approaches used by aviation and sport, it suggests ways to improve how we think about our experience to learn how to do things better.
- Unusually for a book review on this blog, this book is not aimed at project management professionals particularly, but falls more into the category of “general self help”. I reviewed it because so many of my project management professional friends told me that I should read it (including the PMO Flashmob Book Club night)!
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