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With the right preparation for today's hiring environment, you can reduce the time and pain involved in selection. Here are the first steps to finding that candidate fast.
We've all been there. The customer or the calendar demands a quicker than planned completion to the project. Should you consider fast tracking to compress the schedule? Can you fast track, without backtracking through new costs or delays?
Fast tracking can shorten a project’s schedule or easily cause rework to be required. It is of utmost importance to carefully weigh the risks prior to deciding whether or not fast tracking is the right option for the project. A quantitative estimate for calculating the monetary value translates the risk into hard currency.
Who says you can't have your cake and eat it, too? With software services, you can have what you want quickly without breaking the bank. Here's six steps to doing it the right way...
Project managers must constantly clarify the requirements behind the faster-cheaper-better mandate, and negotiate their relative importance to the project. Here is a framework of inquiry, applied to three seemingly straightforward initiatives, that calls out the non-obvious contradictions in this ubiquitous mandate. On your real-world projects, this exercise could prove to be a "better" way to meet expectations.
Even with tools and techniques available to help workers plan and report their tasks, they still cannot complete tasks on time. Here's how you can get results before your project ends.
Even with tools and techniques available to help workers plan and report their tasks, they still cannot complete tasks on time. Here's how you can get results before your project ends. In this installment, we look at how to bring coachees to success.
What do you do with difficult candidates who reject rejection? This article takes a critical look at the problem of dealing with pushy candidates who won't accept "no."
What separates the best project managers from the rest? It's not necessarily superior work ethic or technical skills. In fact, more often it is the courage to embrace uncertainty.