Accelerated Work Effort Creates AWE Across the World
The New Book - Creating Awe for Business, Project, and Agile Management
Using Accelerated Work Effort to Dramatically Improve Efficiency and Results
And as of December 4, the book is available in eager readers' hands.
"AWE is set to wow audiences across the world," said Andy Minor, CEO.
Many companies have attempted to implement popular methodologies (think Six Sigma, Agile, SCRUM, etc.) in a bid to enhance communication with remote work forces and technical vendor teams.
But none offer the benefits of Accelerated Work Effort—or AWE—which offers award-winning methods for better collaboration with work forces and vendors.
In this guide, project leaders Anthony Washington and Douglas Scott share examples rooted in actual production environments from leading companies around the world. These companies have taken a stand and produced superior products amid tremendous pressures. AWE applies proven best practices with efficient applications that are useful for anyone in any role in any work structure or organization. Moreover, it can be used on a wide array of projects to achieve operational process efficiencies and accelerate timelines for realizing returns on investment.
Sure, you can still management your projects old school without AWE but when they make it so easy to put into new practice why wouldn't you start using these practices right away toward celebrating incremental wins together.
The book is based on the practices of accelerating a wide range of projects from application development to mobility, cybersecurity, and infrastructure to name a few business cases. The Products is available from all major booksellers but you can purchase direct from the publisher today by clicking here.
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