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Project management is one hell of a job. The expectation of multitasking is almost a given. That doesn’t mean, however, that it comes naturally to everyone.  Learning how to prioritise and multitask is of massive benefit to any project manager for three distinct reasons: Optimum productivity – We can all hope to use our time wisely and get the most from the hours we spend. Learning how to prioritise and multitask will ensure that we…

Written by: Michael Deane No matter how many cups of coffee you drink, you cannot stay equally productive the entire day or week. So what can you do to stay productive? Increasing productivity is one of the primary concerns of the age we live in. To do more in less time. Employers want us to be more productive, we want to be more productive, and there is an abundance of blog posts which provide seemingly…

Written by: Kelly Barcelos Recruiters are well-aware of the varied and challenging requirements for a top project managerial candidate. The key to hiring the right candidate for this demanding job is asking the right questions. Listed here are 5 important questions which can help you identify an experienced and well-suited candidate for this tough role: 1 – Domain Knowledge Experience and in-depth understanding of project management theories is one of the most basic yet vital…

Written by: Nadine Rochester A growing number of businesses are investing in design thinking training as part of their wider project management strategy; often motivated by a desire to create products or solutions that genuinely impress their customers. The good news is, this investment often leads to better business results, and improved customer satisfaction. Indeed, a number of highly successful companies have benefited from design thinking, from Apple to Airbnb. In this article, we take…

Written by: Megan Dennis Sales are what the survival of every business depends on, and in today’s technologically advanced world increasing sales needs a strong presence. In the year 2017, e-commerce contributed $2.3 trillion in global sales, and this number is expected to double by the year 2021. So if you want your business to be successful, then you need to have a strong SEO strategy planned. SEO strategies improve your online presence and boosts…

Written by: Jilian Woods In the modern world a multi-generational team is a common occurrence. What distinguishes different generations and what can unite them? Young people tend to be more open-minded and this benefits them a lot as they are free to enter new stages and grasp new opportunities, while older employees are generally more experienced in their determined spheres. Corporate success is contingent upon the way these generations will cooperate in their shared workplace.…

Written by: Bhavika Sharma From traditional self-determining firms to employee-centric organizations, we have come a long way. Employers now understand the importance of employee feedback and base their decisions on what improves their productivity. As easy as it is to buy online survey tools, employers often end up making mistakes that oust the entire concept of employee surveys. Hence, it is very important to personalize the survey as per the requirements. After all, the employee…

Written by: James Wilson Agile process management is a highly efficient methodology, which kick-starts the virtuous cycle of an incremental method of managing the entire process of product development. It helps to manage the design and build processes of businesses in all the segments that aim to deliver new product or service development in an interactive ecosystem. The popularity of agile methodology can be inferred from the fact that the adoption of agile has doubled…

Written by: S.J. Pine Building strong relationships in virtual teams is in fact the best way to ensure that the best decisions get made, and a better way forward is agreed upon. There are many routes to take to make sure that it happens. Read on to find out more about it. The idea of virtual teams form the basic core of some companies and managements. Having these groups from different parts of town, or…

Written by: Liam Collins When business owners organize a business interview, they usually write down a list of points that need to be covered during the conversation. One of the points that’s often included in that set of questions is teamwork. While this is an important aspect of the business organization, teamwork doesn’t only mean putting people in teams and waiting for a miracle. On the contrary, teamwork requires a lot of engagement from business owners…

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