Being Acknowledged in Books

While I’ve written my own books for the past five years, seeing my name in a book has always been because I put it there myself. But in the past month or so that’s changed, as a couple of recent books have acknowledged my work. That still seems kind of weird really; I never expected that.

Anyway, two books to check out – for their content, of course – are by Nancy and Ed:

– Nancy Settle-Murphy wrote Leading Effective Virtual Teams: Overcoming Time and Distance to Achieve Exceptional Results (published December 2012). Nancy is one of the leading lights on this topic, and I’m very much looking forward to reading her book. The copy I purchased is coming … I expect to receive it by early February.

– Ed Brill wrote Opting In: Lessons in Social Business from a Fortune 500 Product Manager (published January 2013). Ed’s an IBM’er, and he wrote the Foreword for my book, Collaboration Roadmap (2011). I purchased a Kindle copy of Opting In yesterday to read during my travels late next week.

So … two good books to add to your reading list. And thanks to both Nancy and Ed for a mention.

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