“Nehemiah Effect” Best Seller on Amazon.com in multiple categories (original post 21 May 2014)

*** updated 20 Feb 2015 ***

Our book published back in February, 2014, “The Nehemiah Effect: Ancient Wisdom from the World’s First Agile Projects” continues to perform very well on Amazon.com.

It has been #1 in up to three categories (Project Management, Business and Consulting) during 4 of the last 10 months, #2 during two of the months and in the top 10 for all other months since the Kindle version launched last May 2014:

  • #1 during February 2015
  • #1 during May, June and September 2014
  • #2 during July and August 2014
  • Top 10 all other months

In the book the most crucial aspect of portfolio’s, program’s, project’s and team’s, common goals and alignment is explained using an exciting historical example. As William Ruggles, Past President of the Project Management Institute (PMI) International say about the Nehemiah Effect:

  • “Simple. Profound. Excellent. I love it!”

For those of you that are interested in having a copy in an eBook format (i.e. Kindle), Andrew and Ted are making Nehemiah Effect available for the next few days at a special price of only USD $0.00 (special offers celebrating its #1 status ends on 21 Feb 2015), click here to download your copy.  If you have trouble viewing the images in the Kindle version, please find the images on our website here:


By the way if you join Amazon Prime then you get to read the Kindle version for free.  The paperback version of the book can be bought at Amazon, Bokus, AdLibris and other internet bookstores.

Nehemiah Effect has 44 (of 49) 5-star reviews with an average rating of 4.8 out of 5-stars.

Our next book will be published by Morgan James Publishing and is targeted for release in the end of April 2015.  Stayed tuned for updates.


Andrew Kallman and Ted Kallman are the co-authors of the Unified Vision Framework and the #1 National Best Seller on Amazon.com (in as many as 3 categories:  Business, Consulting and Project Management) for 4 of the last 10 months:

The Nehemiah Effect: Ancient Wisdom from the World’s First Agile Projects

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