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    3 Questions for Peter Morville about Intertwingled
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    Why I Changed the Title of My New Book

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    3 Questions for Peter Morville about Intertwingled
    19/09/2014

    3 Questions for Peter Morville about Intertwingled

    Recently, I read the book Intertwingled, by Peter Morville. I liked it a lot! This was my tweet-size review:

    Loved the stories and insights. It’s not only about information. It’s about life.

    Peter’s book raised a few questions for me, and I decided to ask Peter for the answers.

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    Write a Tagline – Win a Book!
    18/09/2014

    Write a Tagline – Win a Book!

    We recently improved the story that explains what Happy Melly is all about. We’re curious what you think! Read the story, and email your summary in 10 words or less to info@happymelly.com (deadline is Saturday, 20 September).

    We’ll put the taglines to a vote! Two winners will be chosen: most popular and Happy Melly choice. Winners will receive a copy of the eBook “Introduction to Agile Methods” authored by Sondra Ashmore & Kristin Runyan – and donated generously by InformIT!

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    Why I Changed the Title of My New Book
    11/09/2014

    Why I Changed the Title of My New Book

    #WorkoutThe original title of my new book was Management 3.0 Workout. It was the result of a long and challenging process in which I learned that readers of my newsletter liked the Management 3.0 brand and also the workout metaphor that I used in many of my articles and chapters.

    So, why did I change it to #Workout for the Amazon Kindle edition?

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    Define Your Target Audience
    08/09/2014

    Define Your Target Audience

    The big checklist that I used while writing my new book #Workout contained the following items:

    Remove use of the words “agile” and “lean”
    Remove use of the words “software” and “development”
    Remove use of the words “Scrum” and “Kanban”

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    Hangout Interview
    04/09/2014

    Hangout Interview

    Mads Troels Hansen had a some challenging questions for me in this hangout, such as…

    “How do your introduce change in large organizations?”

    Oh boy…

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    My New #Workout Book Is Best Selling on Amazon
    02/09/2014

    My New #Workout Book Is Best Selling on Amazon

    On Sunday, I uploaded the Kindle Edition of #Workout to Amazon.
    On Monday, I notified all my friends on my exclusive mailing list.
    On Tuesday, the book already had 26 great reviews and was listed as Best Selling in the Management category, which makes it one of the Hot New Releases.
    I’m so happy! :-)

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    Why I Don’t Use Leanpub
    29/08/2014

    Why I Don’t Use Leanpub

    It seems not a week goes by without someone asking me, “Why don’t you publish on Leanpub?” or “Have you considered writing on Leanpub?” or some other variation of the same question.

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    The Plague of Methods and Frameworks
    21/08/2014

    The Plague of Methods and Frameworks

    I know of no industry in the world that is as infested with methods and frameworks as the software business. Whether it’s RUP, XP, Scrum, AUP, DAD, or SAFe, it seems IT businesses are always looking for yet another method or framework that they can “implement” next month.

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    Three Types of Activities
    18/08/2014

    Three Types of Activities

    Three types of activities are keeping you busy:

    Type 1: Bad

    These are the things you should not be doing. They are wasting your time but still you do them. Stop it!

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    13 Business Models for Book Authors
    01/08/2014

    13 Business Models for Book Authors

    It’s such a great time to write books!

    The publishing world is transforming rapidly and smart authors–with a sense of business–will thrive on opportunities that didn’t exist until a few years ago.

    It appears that almost one-third of all e-books sold on Amazon are published by indie authors. This is great news for everyone who loves freedom and independence (including yours truly). On the other hand, income for book writers seems to be declining steadily. This will only get worse now that Amazon has started offering subscriptions to read unlimited numbers of e-books, thereby moving in the same direction as Netflix (for movies) and Spotify (for music), further reducing the income for authors along the way.

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    Publish Book. Done. Next.
    30/07/2014

    Publish Book. Done. Next.

    One of the best thing about finishing a book is finishing the research. No more skimming through dozens of books–and […]

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    Certificates, Yes and No
    28/07/2014

    Certificates, Yes and No

    It seems that the debate around certificates will never end.

    Some people and organizations ask me to provide official certificates for participants of Management 3.0 events. What we offer now is a simple “Certificate of Attendance”. It only says that we confirm that a person participated in the event, and that he or she was physically present in the room. That’s all. We cannot certify knowledge or understanding, because I don’t know of any “tests” to validate that a person understands and is able to apply Management 3.0 principles and practices.

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