Managing projects, both large and small, can be a challenge. Coordinating tasks, managing scope, monitoring resources, scheduling deliverables, and keeping everyone in the loop all require lots of juggling to be successful.
Your company has decided to merge departments, each with multiple teams and different processes, competing products, or dissimilar cultures.
Your ability to map and solve complicated, multi-faceted problems is why they pay you the Big Bucks. But you needn’t lie awake at night chewing on the grisly issues.
Recently, The Fast Track blog released our “Top 14 Project Managers to Follow on Twitter” list.
Personal branding sounds like a very 21st century concept, but it was actually born in 1997, when management guru Tom Peters wrote about “the brand called you.”
Technology blogger Robert Scoble recently sat down with Scott Cook to pick his brain on entrepreneurship in the age of the Internet and how Intuit fosters an entrepreneurial spirit within the organization.
The most useful tool I have stumbled across over the past year has probably been CaptureFox. This is an add-on for the browser Mozilla Firefox that lets you record a screencast.
Working with someone you don’t like can raise your stress level and impact your productivity, so you’ll want to make sure you find a way to deal with the issue.
Conversation is one unique trait of being a human, and it is an important skill to have. It is the way we get to know others and go on to forge a relationship with them.
How we define “great work” is as important as doing great work. Alexandra Levit, shares her personal experience and thoughts on different ways to approach your definition of great work to better position yourself for success.