Published February 2010

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These two booklets, Project Management Memory Jogger: A Pocket Guide for Project Teams and Advanced Project Management Memory Jogger: A Pocket Guide for Experienced Project Professionals, provide an incredible amount of project management information. This information is provided in a very compact space and at a very modest cost. The two books represent an invaluable reference source of immediate How-To instruction for both neophytes as well as seasoned professionals.

They are truly pocket-sized at only 4" x 5 1/2" and can therefore become a constant companion. Just the sort of think you need for looking up in a hurry, or for passing a few moments while waiting for something else to happen like boarding an aircraft, or attending that doctor's appointment. That's assuming, of course, that you have already answered all your Email on your hand-held device!

In fact the Project Management Memory Jogger guide is considered so valuable that the Wideman Education Foundation (WEF) has adopted it as one of its gifts. The WEF makes a point of giving a copy to every high school student in grades 10 to 12 that completes the program and presents their project results in the annual WEF competition. This competition is designed to introduce these enthusiastic youngsters to up to a score of sound project management practices that also represent valuable life skills.

R. Max Wideman
Fellow, PMI

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