We have unparalleled opportunities to rethink how we work as an individual and in teams—and the pandemic has also highlighted the true essence of what it means to be a human being in this globalized world. Discover five patterns of the “new normal” as we adapt to a modern way of working.
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After more than 20 years in the financial services industry, this writer thought he knew exactly what to anticipate moving into his new role as a software vendor project manager. He was wrong...
When I speak with human resource professionals and the vendors they use, I often get contrasting feedback about the relationship. More to the point, I get quite a few complaints from vendors about the communication provided from management on services provided. Naturally, when I approach the professionals responsible for those same vendors' relationships, the response I get can be the complete opposite. What's going on? Basically there has been a lack of communication and, most of all, vendor management. Let's review how to cut through the endless cold calls and get the best results from the vendors you do retain for your projects.
For transitioning military service members, the career path of project manager is one worth purposely exploring. The work accomplished within the military is very similar to corporate America—more than many service members and civilian business folks realize.
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We’ve all adjusted well to the shift to remote and virtual working, but it’s harder when you are looking to make a major change in your career. How can you optimize performance?
Considering a new job? Forget the pay and benefits. Check out the company's corporate culture first.