The Nehemiah Effect Ted Kallman

ISBN: 9781628719161

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The Nehemiah Effect  by  Ted Kallman

The Nehemiah Effect by Ted Kallman
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Ancient Strategy. Contemporary Results. The rapid convergence of technological and knowledge growth is resulting in disruptive change unlike any in human history. So why go back 2,500 years for a business leadership and project management model?MoreAncient Strategy. Contemporary Results.

The rapid convergence of technological and knowledge growth is resulting in disruptive change unlike any in human history. So why go back 2,500 years for a business leadership and project management model? According to todays experts, Nehemiahs building the 4.5-mile wall around Jerusalem in 445 BC should have taken years with a huge labor force.

But he accomplished it with 150 leaders and an enormous volunteer team in 52 days. His book is a roadmap on how to accomplish seemingly impossible goals using a Business Agile framework. The Nehemiah Effect combines new mindsets, methodologies, and technologies with proven, ancient wisdom to deliver surprising results for todays business leaders and project managers. As Enterprise Agile Coaches, Ted Kallman and Andrew Kallman mentor and lead organizations in the common-sense adoption of Agile to increase effectiveness and quality, reduce cycle times, and to create an pre-active environment enabling Agile implementation.

Ted and Andrew are both Certified Scrum Masters(r) (CSM), Certified Scrum Professionals(r) (two of 1,981 CSPs in the world), and Project Management Professionals (PMP(r)). They are members of the Scrum Alliance, Agile Alliance and the Project Management Institute (PMI(r)). They speak often at Agile and PMI meetings, events and conferences. Ted serves on the Board of the Western Michigan Chapter of PMI(r) and founded Agile West Michigan.

Andrew is a past Board Member of the Finnish Chapter and previously a Program Manager for the NYC Chapte



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