Understanding the business context behind a project is important, but for first-time PMs there are a lot of benefits in taking that a step further.
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The DISC Model of Human Behavior is a science that provides clarity through simplicity.
It is this writer's belief that business intelligence fails at the earliest and most important step in the BI process: planning. In order to answer the questions your company has, you will need to clearly understand what they are looking for--which is a lot easier than it sounds.
The holidays are not what they used to be. Why are Americans becoming so uptight about taking vacations?
Listen up, IT project managers: If you've been casually following the UC market, get on the stick pronto, and find out what's going on. If you don't, your livelihood could be seriously affected.
Unified communication (UC) systems allow companies to condense and streamline their communications structure by integrating various technology platforms.
It’s not hard to figure out the reason why companies are scrambling to get a piece of the unified communications pie. It's certainly not to make it easier for businesses to communicate. It’s pure capitalism: money – the wonderful green stuff that fuels industry, creates jobs, puts food on the table and educates your kids. And that’s the way it’s supposed to be.
With record numbers of U.S. military reservists being called to active duty, employers in the United States need to be aware of regulations protecting the employment rights of those heading off to serve.
A new book emphasizes the integration of project management and change management to improve the chances of success for business, IT and other organizational initiatives.
No manager wants to demotivate their team, but sometimes their actions have unintended consequences. How can well-intentioned actions backfire?