This book completely misses out on the important ideas. It goes in painful detail through whether to use glue, sticky tape, pins or post-it notes to stick paper to to a wall, but fails to explain how to think of what to write on the paper. Each chapter ventures towards an important topic, then misses it. Each example is unrealistic.
Where you might think that senior project managers would have to deal mainly with human issues rather than technical ones, this book has only half a page on getting to know the project team, and suggests that people will be sufficiently motivated by seeing someone in the canteen using project merchandise like a pen.