Commitment is the first graphic business novel about Real Options. Writers Olav Maassen and Chris Matts introduce learning in a formats that suits the reader. Improve your decision making. The new and revolutionary book “Commitment” about risk management and Real Options helps you to get more. Or pick up a copy of Olav Maassen and Chris Matt’s book, Commitment-A Novel About Managing Project Risk? Which option sounds better? In Commitment, the.

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The characters take on a reality. But many of these things tickets to a commitmeent are merely options until we decide to actually use the option.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. May 17, Pete rated it it was amazing Shelves: Not sure yet what to think of that. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Worth a reread and some more experimentation. Recommended for everyone in touch with project management, especially when you’re facing challenges who doesn’t and you’re looking for some inspiration.


Olav and Chris describe their book, called Commitment: The format of the ola is a business graphic novel. Following a painful project failure years ago, Rose’s life is cast into chaos when she is once again thrown into the role against her wishes. A great and highly entertaining book about risk management.


In this book, the authors do a good job of explaining the real options model in an easy to digest form – the Graphic novel. I highly recommend it! And after 6 years of doing real options, I still learned a lot by reading the book. Another explanation may be that that I misunderstood the intentions of the authors, who knows. This is not about project management. What follows is then a series of examples and ramifications of it’s applications.

Do you through up your hands in despair? Instead of committing your most valuable experienced players leaving them unavailable as a resource, the logic is that, because, they are the ola who have the most options, you keep them accessible.

That would be Commitment: Novel about Managing Project Risk. Via Rose Randall, the main character of this unique graphic business novel, the reader is introduced to the challenges a project manager faces. Sep 29, Tadhg Maccarthy rated it really liked it. This graphic business novel brings the Real Options model Jul 28, Jack Vinson rated it really liked it Shelves: Novel about Managing Project Risk.

It is fascinating to learn about old problems in new ways: Be entertained by it. Excellent approach for visual learners, and plenty of priceless nuggets of information on how to evaluate your options.

This graphic business novel brings the Real Options model in a unique and understandable format, by explaining jaassen in a way only Sequential Art can. I’m not used to reading comics, so it took me a few pages to get used to it, but once I figured out how to read it, I found it surprisingly enjoyable. There is a lot said in the drawings that isn’t spoken anywhere.


Then it is all good. Most enjoyable project management book regarding real options book I’ve read.

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Very easy fast read. While commitmetn are many ways to learn, I’ve always been partial to allegorical works – lessons and information conveyed through story. May 16, Frederic Vandaele rated it really liked it.

Oct 07, Victor Germano rated it liked it. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. May 13, Yves Hanoulle rated it it was amazing Shelves: