Occupational health and safety (OHS)—also commonly referred to as occupational safety and health (OSH), occupational health or workplace health and safety (WHS)—is a multidisciplinary field concerned with the safety, health and welfare of people at work. This presentation provides a primer on important introductory points.
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Find greater profits using offshore outsourcing, and use this project plan to make sure it's done right--and on time.
Good project management requires good record keeping. Track the status of all issues that arise and require resolution.
All strategy identification initiatives should include the process of developing a balanced scorecard. The scorecard should be leveraged for the continuing evaluation and evolution of an e-commerce strategy. As the business strategy changes, the list of metrics should also be considered for revision in order to ensure compliance with strategic direction. Here's a template to get your scorecard in order.
Need some insight into how to address the organizational change aspects of implementing Knowledge Management? Look no further.
What impact will your project have on your organization? This assessment will help you and your stakeholders understand various types of impacts and better prepare to deal with them.
In this webinar we’ll discuss organizational resilience, tipping point leading indicators, and mitigation strategies. The objective is for you to be able to identify the signs of diminishing resilience, and how to turn the tide before it derails your project.
This document consolidates information from the External Risk Checklist and Internal Risk Checklist templates to provide a summary of the expected risk exposure for a proposed initiative and adds additional information designed to assist in decision making.
There are common risk factors that could seriously impact your project, and they might not appear in your project plan, task list or schedule.
An outcome realization plan is used to ensure the achievement of the project outcomes described in a project's business plan. Such a plan is fiendishly difficult to write, but why reinvent the wheel and do it all yourself? Use our template as a guide. It comes with both detailed instructions and a sample plan.