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Finish Strong

by Jeff Oltmann

You shouldn’t wait until the end of your project to start thinking about how to close it. Here are seven tips to ensure your projects don’t stumble at the finish line and transition smoothly to ongoing operations or follow-on initiatives.

Finish While Staying Sane

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

When the project is nearing its end, you need to have a good plan for closing it out while finishing all the work that needs to be done—and staying sane. It’s not easy, but it can be done. Keep these tips in mind…

FinTechs and the Financial Market Future

by Adriano Balaguer

There is no reason to suggest that financial technology companies are a real threat to the future of large financial corporations. But how has FinTech driven the future of the financial sector—and how have traditional and established corporations responded to these threats?

Fired? Trust Me...It's Not the End of the World

by Miriam Ziemelis

Whether you knew it was coming or they showed you the door with your box already packed, the impact on your psyche can be devastating. Let's review why this happened to you--and yes, I know you don't want to talk about it. However reviewing the facts and making a conscious effort to change either your performance, your work environment or both is the only sure way to avoid the same situation later. I want you to be able to move past this and onto your next career move with the confidence that this time it will be different.

First Impressions Part 1: Enter At Your Own Risk

by Mike Donoghue

If you are not considering the potential that simple accommodations like your office space can have, you are missing an important opportunity and starting point for good customer relationships.

First Impressions Part 2: Treading Lightly

by Mike Donoghue

Just as the entranceway of a company must project the right messages in its professional decor, so too does a company need to carry that energy into its trade show booth appearances.

First Impressions Part 3: What a Site!

by Mike Donoghue

In this installment of our First Impressions series, we go over some of the general rules you should follow when trying to impress people who are making their initial visit to your company’s website.

First Impressions Part 4: Collateral Damage

by Mike Donoghue

In this installment, we discuss how even though promotional materials are often destined for the “circular file” shortly after being distributed, yours need to reach the top of the heap on a prospect’s desk--and inspire them to contact you.

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