Packed with real life scenarios, Perfect Strangers explores the often complicated relationship between project managers and developers. From agile to waterfall and technology to construction, they explain that all teams must bridge the divide between "managers" and "builders." By better understanding each role's context and challenges, teams can evolve from satisfied assembly lines to excited, efficient collaborators.
Browder and Schoeff will soon offer hands-on workshops with organizations and project teams to help implement the book's strategies.
"We want to shed light on these ongoing issues in a fun way to help organizations really achieve the results they're seeking," said Schoeff.
For workshop information and scheduling, or to request a speaking engagement with the authors, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perfect Strangers is available for purchase through Amazon. Copies can also be requested by contacting email@example.com.
Browder is a certified Project Management Professional and Certified ScrumMaster®. He's been leading global initiatives with AXIA as a program manager, project manager, product manager and agile coach since 2007.
Schoeff has more than fifteen years of experience working on IT projects and teams. He's been sharing his passion for agile delivery as a solution architect, development lead, coach and technical project manager at AXIA since 2014.
About AXIA: Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, AXIA Consulting is a global provider of business and technology solutions focused on maximizing investments and delivering results. With experience across multiple industries and more than 54 countries, AXIA's senior team helps organizations tackle tough challenges, from large-scale ERP implementations and post-merger integrations, to organizational change and more. Learn more at www.axiaconsulting.net.
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