PS Practitioners: GET PUBLISHED

I want to extend an offer to the hardworking PS practitioners out there. These are the folks directly involved in managing and delivering technology professional services.

If you have experiences you would like to share with the industry, I have three vehicles you can leverage to publish your insights and experiences:

1.       Guest Blog Entry: If you would like to provide an entry for this blog site that helps your peers better manage their technology professional services business or overviews a challenge you are facing, you can submit the entry to me for review. Ideally, entries are less than 500 words.

2.       Industry Article: TPSA publishes service insights on a monthly basis. If you have a topic that lends itself to a 2,000-3,000 word article, we can collaborate to develop a polished white paper you can add to your resume.

3.       Book case study: I am currently working on the manuscript for my third book. I am always on the hunt for compelling examples of how service offerings and service strategy have impacted product success. If you are interested in collaborating on a case study that will be immortalized in a book, here is your opportunity.

I want to provide a direct, easy to leverage path for the busy practitioners out there to have your voice and experiences heard. I realize writing takes time—I live that commitment every week. However, gaining industry recognition through publishing can be an important asset in your resume.

To pursue any of these publishing options, please contact me directly: thomas@tpsaonline.com

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