What is the big deal with completing job applications? If you think your resume is enough for employers, think again. When it comes to the information needed "for the record," there's more than meets the eye.
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All you really need to know to do your job is a nickel's worth. But it's got to be the right nickel. Here's how to weed out all those paltry pennies--and avoid getting ambitious with those hearty dimes.
When you look at some of the numbers being forecast around the low-code space, they’re mind-boggling. Citizen development is arriving.
There are risks to both over-engineering and under-engineering a system. In extreme project management, we want to find this out at the beginning before it leads to a big mistake at the end.
Many organizations are notoriously bad at cancelling projects, no matter how far removed from their original objectives they become. That’s a problem that has to be solved if an organization is to succeed.
Is status quo the way to go in the rapidly changing nature of business and competition? If we all stay with current patterns and neglect innovation, experimentation and acceleration, we may find ourselves in the midst of more crises than we can handle. Here's some advice in moving your analytical systems forward.
No, is only two letters but it is one of the most difficult words to say, especially to project sponsors. This article reviews the best ways for project professionals to communicate with project sponsors. It identifies five strategies to help project managers make their case:
If you haven't been in this position already, it is only a matter of time. You have interviewed four or five candidates for your opening, and whether you are Human Resources or the hiring manager, one of the candidates is going to call you to find out if they are the lucky one and if not, why not (that is one of the perks to handing out your business card too freely!). How do you handle this situation? You want to treat everyone with a certain respect, but how much information is too much information? Let's avoid a potential legal battle by reviewing a couple of simple guidelines for candidate notification and feedback.
When a furrow-browed father asks this question of the boy who has come to pick up his daughter, it reminds us all of the importance of having your story straight in advance. These preparation tips will help you improve your project communications.
In the 1930s, women were fighting for a place in the workforce. In the 1960s, civil rights groups were vocal in demanding equal pay and benefits for minority groups. Now there's a new population of workers looking for fair treatment.