It happens to all of us. Sometimes, the right way to fix a project is to cancel it. Making the decision to do so, though, has to be more than a gut response.
Allowing employees to work from home or other remote locations is often touted as a way to keep workers more engaged and retain key employees. With more than 3.3 million working remotely, or about 2.
As challenging as managing people can be, managing work when you don’t have formal authority over the people doing it can be even more challenging.
Doug Shew, Vice President of Information Systems for Affinity Health System will be joining us on April 19th at 2:00pm EDT to talk about how he and a group of his colleagues at Affinity went about identifying an enterprise wide …