Winners of October Drawing for Free Project Management Books Announced



Winners in seven countries to receive free books by registering at www.pmworldlibrary.net 

30 October 2015 – Dallas, TX, USA – The winners of the October drawing for free project management books among members of the PM World Library have been identified. Eight people in seven different countries were winners of the random number drawing held for the 1962 registered PMWL members on 29 October 2015. Information about the free book drawings can be found at http://pmworldlibrary.net/monthly-drawing-for-free-books/.

October winners of a free project management book are the following:

  • Ashis Nayak – USA151030-pmwj40-winners- BOOK STACK
  • Bisli Lekiqi – Afghanistan
  • Tamara Reznikowa – Ukraine
  • Chris Bornman – South Africa
  • Thomas Walenta – Germany
  • Nancy Stockton – USA
  • Hanne Bech Kennedy – Australia
  • Mduduzi Knomazana – Botswana

Winners get to choose one of the following free books, on a first-come first-served basis:

Agile Readiness: Four Spheres of Lean and Agile Transformation (eBook); Author: Thomas Wise and Ruben Daniel; Publisher: Gower (2015); For more about the book, click here.

Exercising Agency: Decision Making and Project Initiation (eBook); Author: Mark Mullaly; Publisher: Gower (2015); For more about the book, click here.

The Power of Enterprise PMOs and Enterprise-Wide Project Management; Authors: Dennis Bolles, Darrel G. Hubbard; Publisher: PBMconcepts (2014); For more about the book, click here

Proactive Project Management: How to make common sense common practice; Author: Morten Fangel; Publisher: Fangel Consulting (2013); For more about the book, click here

PMP: Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide, 7th Edition; Author: Kim Heldman; Publisher: Wiley (2013); For more about the book, click here.

Leading & Managing Innovation: What Every Executive Team Must Know about Project, Program & Portfolio Management (eBook); Authors: Russell Archibald, Shane Archibald; Publisher: Infinity Publishing (2012); For more about the book, click here

Business Driven Project Portfolio Management: Conquering the Top 10 Risks that Threaten Success; Author: Mark Price Perry; Publisher: J. Ross Publishing (2011); For more about the book, click here.

The PMOSIG Program Management Office Handbook: Strategic and Tactical Insights for Improving Results; Authors: Craig Letavec and Dennis Bolles, Editors; Publisher: J. Ross Publishing (2010); For more about the book, click here.

According to David Pells, Managing Director of the PM World Library, “Once again the winners in the book drawing are located in many different countries. It can be a challenge getting the books to some people, which is why we are including more eBooks now. In any case, it’s great to see winners in Afghanistan, Botswana and Ukraine where more project management knowledge might be very useful.”

To win, one must be a registered member of the PMWL. To see FREE BOOKS offered for upcoming drawings, CLICK HERE. To learn more about the PMWL, go to http://www.pmworldlibrary.net/. The Free books are provided by authors and publishers; if you are an author or publisher of a project or program management books and would like to offer a free copy of your book through this contest in exchange for significant publicity, contact [email protected].

“As always, we want to thank the publishers and authors who contribute the free books,” Pells adds. “Their willingness to ship books around the world to winners is a testament to their commitment to supporting the project management profession everywhere. All of the books this month are worth reading, so even if you did not win one, please go to their web pages and check out these resources.”

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