Whether you are the department head or a human resources manager, this is the time of year you are going to get a good grip on what you'll to need in the coming year as far as headcount in your workforce. Now is the time to plan your objectives, which are going to include building a budget and a strategy assessment around those plans. Well, what are you waiting for? Let's get you started!
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Meetings drive the real work in any company, but when was the last time you got any work done in a meeting? Yes, you can actually put "effective" and "productive" in the same sentence as "meeting"--provided you do it the right way. Here's a guide to how to start having better meetings tomorrow morning.
Move over, Austin Powers. There's a new shagadelic, cool cat in town. It's called People Styles, a communications-enhancing framework you should get to know. Intimately.
The times are tough, and companies in many industries have delayed their CRM investments. However, there is one sector that is forging ahead and in fact growing: Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences.
Are you GQ? Grunge? Euro Trash? Whatever your rags are, you need to learn how to apply the People Styles framework to enhance your organization's communications skills--and as a result your KM abilities. Read on to gain some insight on what kind of manager--and human being--you are.
What best describes you: Analytical, Amiable, Expresive or Driver? You think you know, but you have no idea. A companion to the So, What's Your Style? Presentation, this questionnaire will help you determine what your primary and secondary style is under normal and stressful situations.
How do you manage a world-wide network of team members? First-time distance team leaders can succeed without travel. Why? Because it's more about processes and people than tools. Here's how to get the results you need from the comfort of your office.
"There's no team like home, there's no team like home, there's no team like home..." If you're afraid of disappearing, click those ruby red shoes together and read on before you become the laughing stock of your team. Being distant from headquarters doesn't have to mean being invisible--or being neglected. There are ways to make your presence known and capture the same information and services available to the central staff.
Using Program Management and Architecture to Manage Fundamental Change in Business Organizations (Thinking of Business Organizations as Systems)by
Implementing change is a lot easier when your ducks are in a row--or rather, when your team members and stakeholders are aligned. This second in a two-part series discusses alignment and architectures to face organizational change from a program management angle.
The key to successful project management is not necessarily an abundance of process. While we all know that process is important, you must also recognize that which processes you implement and how you implement them is just as important to your overall success.