Published here July, 2005.

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For those working in the IS/IT project management environment, and in need of a solid project management methodology unfettered by unnecessary, obtuse and bureaucratic project management system "input-output processes", Tom Mochal's TenStep methodology is highly recommended. And for those wishing to gain an insight into real-world project problems that the TenStep methodology is designed to solve, this book provides valuable supporting material.

It is also a charming and easy read. As we quoted Tom Mochal earlier, the question is: "Will you remember [the project management content] at the appropriate time to apply it on your project?" If, after reading it, you can answer "Yes", then it will have served the most valuable purpose of all.

R. Max Wideman
Fellow, PMI

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