Tony Schwartz has a great blog post at HBR on how multi-tasking is not always such a good thing. Good stuff and I’m a believer. It’s more than longing for “the good old days,” it’s about being able to maximize the impact of our time. Check out ….
You hear a lot these days about “agile” project management. This term is generally used by IT project managers to describe software development and system roll out projects. The general sense is that agility improves project outcomes by valuing open collaboration, speed of process
Changes in multiple domains are combining to fundamentally influence the workplace. You can expect this trend to gain momentum as fiscal health strengthens and companies begin to deploy capital on projects that they see as positioning themselves for the future. While not all organiz
Requirements planning is a key first step. It is important to be forward leaning, anticipating organizational and key customer requirements ahead of initial requests. This proactive behavior is built upon two foundations; relationships that enable anecdotal and hard data information
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