Paul was born in Boston, MA in 1985 to a family of an English teacher and car mechanic. Since his childhood, he’s been obsessed with reading books. No wonder that at the age of 10, he achieved success in writing stories.Read More
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For many entrepreneurs, firing an employee is the hardest part about being the boss. In this book, you will find out how you can lay people off in a way that respects the needs of both the company and the employee. As one of the most successful books written by Paul Adams, “learn How to Fire the Wrong People” gives you recommendations you won’t find anywhere else.
Do you need to make an important decision and need a fresh perspective? Someone who can provide an intelligent, unbiased, well thought out opinion, an outside perspective, or a new alternative? Then perhaps it's time to rent a genius. This book written by Paul Adams will teach you how to hire people who are just plain smart that can help you and your company.
Scrum is a framework for developing and sustaining complex products. This book by Paul Adams contains not just the definition of Scrum, it also explains how any manager can build a team that will bring more benefit to the company. It includes Scrum’s roles, events, artifacts, and the rules that bind a team and the project itself together.