Resources – For Sale: Books

For Sale: Books From Guy W. Wallace 

These are for sale via Amazon and Amazon’s subsidiary: CreateSpace – as well as other sources.

Retirement Book Pricing 2016-03

Note: Retirement Pricing in process (3/19/16).

The PACT 6-Pack – from 2011 –

for Instructional Systems Design/Development and Performance Improvement

Purchase through Amazon’s CreateSpace online E-store or Amazon.com for the Kindle versions.

These 6 titles include:

The Curriculum Manager’s Handbook (2011) – as Paperback and Kindle

– for Curriculum Managers, L&D Managers and Chief Learning Officers – to define your job and function in Performance Competence terms and identify targets for improvements.

Paperback $15 and Kindle $7.50

Analysis of Performance Competence Requirements (2011) – as Paperback and Kindle

– for Analysts in performance-based Instruction and Performance Improvement efforts.

Paperback $15 and Kindle $7.50

Performance-based Curriculum Architecture Design (2011) – as Paperback and Kindle

– for the Project Planner and Manager, plus the Designer of a Curriculum Architecture Design effort for produce performance-based Learning Paths and Planning Guides.

Paperback $15 and Kindle $7.50

Performance-based Modular Curriculum Development (2011) – as Paperback and Kindle

– for the Project Planner and Manager, plus the Designer of a Curriculum Architecture Design effort to produce performance-based, modular Instructional Events of any mode and media.

Paperback $15 and Kindle $7.50

Developing Your Management Areas of Performance Competence (2011) – as Paperback and Kindle

– a model for individual use or Enterprise-wide use to define a Manager’s Performance Competence requirements, assess for improvement areas, and then develop a Management Development Plan.

Paperback $15 and Kindle $7.50

From Training to Performance Improvement Consulting (2011) – as Paperback and Kindle

– a guide for a leadership team to take their Training/ Learning/ Knowledge Management organization and Stakeholders on a 2-Step Journey from Training to Performance Improvement Consulting.

Paperback $15 and Kindle $7.50

14 Books

More “For a Fee“ Books

The Fifth Management Foci: Allowing No Foo Foo in Foci 1 – 4 – Paperback

The Fifth Management Foci – Kindle Edition

Paperback $10.00 and Kindle $7.50

From the Foreword   –   Richard E. Clark, Ed.D.   –    October 9, 2011

Part of the cost-benefit proposition in this book is that it is a twofer – two books in one.  A significant chunk of the book provides a structured outline and guide to most of the issues one should consider when designing, assessing and repairing the management and performance of an organization. These are the first four of the “Foci” he describes – key concerns such as Alignment, Processes, Practices and Resources for stakeholders.  A shorter but no less fascinating part of the book emphasizes his “Fifth Foci.” In it he uses the management road map he creates to point out the most comprehensive list yet of the unwarranted assumptions, common misconceptions, half-truths and outright lies about management and human performance at work.  He calls it the “Foo Foo Focus” and he trains the crosshairs on the snake oil that is sold for each of the other four focus areas.  This section alone is worth the price of the book. Readers are cautioned to approach it with an open mind because it is likely that everyone will recognize one or more of the misconceptions he points out as a principle that we hold dear.  Yet there is solid evidence to support every one of the Foo Foo strategies he lists.

Most of the recent reviews of research on organizational management have concluded that in general, it is poorly done and in great need of workable solutions.  Guy Wallace’s Fifth Management Foci is a significant step in the right direction.

The 5th Management Foci Graphics

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Lessons in Making Lemonade – Volume 1

– a paperback book from the cartoon series – Volume 1 – for more information please go here – for ordering info please go here

Over 350 “strips” – Paperback $10

Perfect for the Lobby!

Lessons in Making Lemonade – Volume 2

– another paperback book from the cartoon series – Volume 2 – for more information please go here – for ordering info please go here

Over 350 “strips” – Paperback $10

Perfect for the Lobby!

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lean-ISD (1999) – as a Paperback


Paperback $15.00

Note: this 1999 book was made available as a FREE 410 page PDF in 2007 with some slight updates – here.

But – what’s the cost of your printing and binding? 

Recent Reviewer… “I won your book lean-ISD at an ASTD/ISPI local conference several years ago. I found it helpful on a few projects while I worked at Intel (2001-2005).- D.C. PhD – June 2012″

For other reviews from 1999 including one from the late Geary A. Rummler (who designed the book cover), and one from Miki Lane, Judy Hale, Jim Russell, and John Swinney – please go  – here.

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T&D Systems View (2001) – as a Paperback

Paperback $15.00

Note: this 2001 book was also made available as a FREE 226 page PDF in 2007 – here.

But – what’s the cost of your printing and binding?

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Performance-based Employee Qualification/ Certification Systems (2007) – as a Paperback

Paperback $15.00

Note: this 2007 book is also available as a FREE 226 page PDF – here.

But – what’s the cost of your printing and binding? 

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And…

The Quality Roadmap (1994) – as a Hardbound 

Note: the 1994 book is out of print- but is available “used” at times, online at Amazon.com and elsewhere.

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Note:

All of Guy W. Wallace’s Books are at Amazon

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