• About the Author

    Seth Gillespie is someone you would likely not associate with the typical author. His personal story takes him across the world and his expertise has positioned him as an IT leader for some of the world's leading brands.


    Seth's understanding of how to maximize peoples' potential are encapsulated within each of these books. After you sit down and read what he has to share, you'll be shocked that you hadn't done it sooner.

    Correlational Study of Risk Management

    A Must Read for IT Managers and Project Stakeholders

    A must read for project management professionals, managers, and stakeholders who want to better understand what impacts IT project success the most in order to achieve more favorable project results.


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    Server Virtualization: A Cost Savings Strategy

    A Cost Savings Strategy

    Not everyone has the time to do the research and examine an unbiased look at trends within server virtualization efforts and to then realize the resulting impact on bottom-line business results.


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    Risk Management: An Enterprise Dilemma

    An Enterprise Dilemma

    This is a must-read for individuals, teams or organizations interested in practicing or investigating a mixed methods approach to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM).


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    Cultural Change: Sarbanes-Oxley and Information Technology

    Sarbanes-Oxley and Information Technology

    This is for people, groups, or organizations impacted by the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) regulation passed within the United States.


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    Reader Book Review

    "Seth walks readers through two separate risk management devices: Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and the standard 6 phases of project risk management and how they fit together. I thoroughly enjoyed Seth's holistic explanations which took time to describe both the theory (with citations for further reading) as well as best practices for implementation. Further, Seth maps the best ERM models to apply at each stage of project risk management with citations to evidence. If you want to enable better handling of risk at the project level and higher, this is a no-risk read for you!"

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