Posts Tagged: books

GovReads! The Ten Laws of Enduring Success

While catching up on some reading, I came across an article that mentioned Maria Bartiromo’s latest book, “The 10 Laws of Enduring Success”. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because Ms. Bartiromo is the host of CNBC’s Closing Bell. Considering that we are inundated with messages about the importance of success throughout life: school (highRead… Read more »

Listen to the Federal News Radio Book Club re DRIVE

If you happened to miss the Federal News Radio Book Club “meeting” about Daniel Pink’s thoughtful book, DRIVE: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us… You can listen online… A special thanks our discussion group… author Daniel Pink… Tim McManus from the Partnership for Public Service… Mr. Govloop himself Steve Ressler… and my co-anchor, AmyRead… Read more »

GovReads: “Achieving Project Management Success in the Federal Government”

A few years ago, I (Andrew Krzmarzick – the guy behind Dr. GovLoop) obtained my Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. It’s a grueling process, and I have a lot of respect for others who have taken the time to gain this credential. While there are tons of books written on the subject, very few (ifRead… Read more »

Leading Across Boundaries!!

Russ Linden wrote a book a few years back entitled Working Across Boundaries that inspired me to co-found the Interagency Network of Enterprise Assistance Providers (INEAP www.ineap.gov). He has just released a new book that’s got to be the definitive word on leading collaborations. It is fantastic! “Leading Across Boundaries: Creating Collaborative Agencies in aRead… Read more »

DorobekINSIDER: The Federal News Radio Book Club book announcement: Drive by Daniel H. Pink

Last year, I created something called the Federal News Radio Book Club. The idea is simple — it is something like the Oprah book club, but we talk about books that help you do your job better. And it isn’t a physical meeting. It is a radio gathering — we gather and discuss a book.Read… Read more »

Favorite books on social media

Calling all social media gurus (self-declared included)! I’m interested in creating a little new/social media library and am interested in hearing your faves. I’m more than happy to share the tallied results with the community. If you no longer read books, I’ll gladly consider other forms of info such as blogs, journals, Web sites, etc.Read… Read more »