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Actionable Strategies Through Integrated Performance, Process, Project, and Risk Management Hardcover – Nov 28 2008

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Stephen S. Bonham is the owner of TrueCourse Solutions, Inc., Denver, Colorado. He has extensive experience in integrating and aligning organizational activities as a program manager, a product manager, an enterprise architect and a corporate strategist. He holds an M.B.A. from the University of Denver and an M.E. in computer science from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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Extremely well-researched Sept. 2 2008
By Paul R. Niven - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Mr. Bonham has meticulously researched this, his latest book. Each chapter is filled with stimulating ideas and concepts that both newcomers and experts alike will find enlightening. I also found the organizations he has chosen to illustrate his findings very helpful and varied, examples including Harrah's, Amazon, and a Denver hospital. I would recommend this book to all those striving to pursue actionable strategies.
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Outstanding Resource for Managers Looking to Turn Business Strategies into Successful Action Aug. 7 2008
By S. Allen Mills - Published on
Format: Hardcover
In his new book, Actionable Strategies . . ., Stephen Bonham has filled a void that has been missing in the literature of management. Namely, Mr. Bonham draws linkages between the many disparate approaches to performance, process, project, and risk management, and he provides insights into how these various management approaches inter-relate to each other. Mr. Bonham's cataloging and description of the many approaches to performance, process, project, and risk management is a useful reference. He supplements that information with his even more valuable knowledge of methods to integrate approaches to the various facets of strategic management, and how to ensure that strategies become actions that can be measured for performance, effectiveness, risk, and value. Mr. Bonham's book is a "must read" for any manager who is looking to develop business strategies that can be implemented and measured for success.