Fall Reading for I.T. ManagersBy Brian P. Watson | Posted 2007-10-05 Email Print
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New books on strategy, leadership and practical expertise for the CIO's bookshelf.
A few months back, Baseline looked into some interesting picks for beach reading. Now the fall has arrived, along with a new slate of books for I.T. pros.
We reached out to top publishers and academic institutions and searched bookseller sites to see which new or soon-to-be-released works should fill the bookshelves of CIOs and project managers this season.
What we found was another diverse collection of tomes, covering everything from strategic planning to securing new and emerging technologies. And we tried to select a wide variety of views-so you'll find a balance of works by academics, prominent thinkers, industry consultants and corporate executives.
To help find the books you're most interested in, we divided our list into five categories-project management, practical expertise, strategy/decision making, mobility/Web, and workforce management.
We'd like to hear your thoughts. What are you planning to read this fall? Let us know at email@example.com.
Also, check out our summer reading slideshow for any books you may have missed.