We all want to find ways to get more from the time we have. It can often seem like there is never enough time in a day to do what needs to be done. In this post, we are going to look at some of the top hacks for increasing your productivity and giving yourself even greater opportunity to earn peer recognition.Read More
A 2008 study shows that close to 90 percent of spreadsheets contain errors -- an alarming statistic considering data is at the core of most businesses.Read More
Change is happening every day, if not every moment, at your organization. New projects are constantly in motion to increase profits and improve your competitive advantage.
You most likely wouldn't begin a road trip without first identifying where you want go, mapping out your route and making a budget. The same logic applies when you're planning a project.
Corporate citizen developers live and work in interesting times. In the past, “end users” could not build important business applications on their own.Read More
In our fast pace world today, flight delays and cancellations can cost an economy billions of dollars. With over 40,000 employees serving more than 52 million passengers a year, companies like Japan Airlines have streamlined, strategical project management to ensure that all variables in the workflow are performing with minimal error and at optimal efficiency.Read More
This is part of an ongoing series about overcoming common reasons behind project failure.
In the field of Internal Audit, lack of accountability over particular processes is an immediate red flag auditors are quick to point out. No company wants to deal with unnecessary high risk that eats away at precious resources. Accountability starts with clearly defining project objectives and ensuring team members know who is responsible for what. But as scope and roles change, it becomes even more crucial to address accountability early and throughout a project.Read More