J. H. (John) Capron grew up on a dairy farm in upstate New York on the edge of Adirondack Park. His mother, Jean Flint Capron, was an accomplished author. His parents were friends and neighbors of Walter Edmonds, author of "Drums Along The Mohawk." It made for an interesting upbringing. From military service to college to a technology consulting career, he now lectures and writes. John and his wife, Gloria, live in the Hudson Valley of New York State.
Sometimes The Most Important Requirement For A Project Is Courage: A Cautionary Tale
Of Project Management
In 2002, a major IBM Division performed a significant upgrade to their SAP system. It was a failure. In 2004, another IBM Division would move ahead with its project to execute the same upgrade. This story is about that project, and why it succeeded. It’s a tale of discovery, good project management, and the professional courage of a small team of individuals who had to take the heat, cover each other’s backs, and deliver for the business.
Dennis Marlowe And The Mystery Of The Wooden Bear
Children's Mystery, Detective Book
This story is written for young people ages 9 to 12 years old. "Sometimes mysteries begin with nothing much happening. For Dennis Marlowe, this started out as just an ordinary day …. " In "Dennis Marlowe And The Mystery Of The Wooden Bear," you will meet Dennis, Josh, Rosie, Fiona, and BJ as they unravel the mystery of the wooden bear. Note to parents: We wrote this book to be kid-friendly. You will not have to worry about having to deal with embarrassing questions from your son or daughter. In the paperback version, they will be reading with fonts (typeface) that they would typically be exposed to at a higher reading level. Additionally, the size of the font is a little bigger, with additional spacing between lines. The number of pages for the book is within a volume that should not intimidate them.