[Infographic] The 8 Biggest Productivity Killers at Work

Linh Tran, Monday 28 December 2015 | Reading time: unknown

The 8 Biggest Productivity Killers at Work

The time between Christmas and New Year is a bit peculiar. If you still have to go to the office or at least finish your work for this year that is. Your to-do-list seems longer than the Nile and you worry constantly whether you can finish it in time before the new year starts. But at the same time your motivation to do something productive is at its lowest level because it’s the holidays and everybody else is relaxing while you have to work.

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Project Management Lessons from Christmas Carols

Linh Tran, Wednesday 23 December 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Project Management Lessons from Christmas Carols

If you think about it, Santa Claus is probably the best project manager out there. He manages to deliver presents to 1.6 BILLION children on Christmas Eve (that’s a few hours at most), this means that he has to visit 822 homes a second. Add to that, he has to manage 3,000 elves and 5,6 million reindeers (including Rudolph) who help him meet his deadlines. 

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Project Promotion: The 3 Biggest Social Media Mistakes

Linh Tran, Thursday 17 December 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Project Promotion - 3 Biggest Social Media Mistakes

Social media has become an indispensable part of our lives. We use it to keep in contact with friends and family, and businesses have also realized the possibilities that it offers to generate leads. Social media is also used as a communication method in projects more and more. 

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[Guest Author] Project Perfection is Very Hard to Achieve

Linh Tran, Wednesday 16 December 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Brad Egeland: Project Perfection is Very Hard to Achieve

Running the perfect meeting. Running the perfect project. Putting together the perfect project schedule. It's hard. Perfection is hard. I'm an Iowa Hawkeye fan and alumni of the University of Iowa – class of 1985. They have had some great teams and great football players, but never achieved a perfect 12-0 record until this season. While they weren't perfect – lots of mistakes and luck played into the final outcomes of some of the games – they did manage to complete their regular football season with a perfect record.

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‘If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it’? – 3 Reasons Why Change is Good for Business

Linh Tran, Thursday 10 December 2015 | Reading time: unknown

3 Reasons Why Change is Good For Business

You’ve probably heard the saying ‘If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it!”, or some kind of variant of it (‘never change a winning horse’ for example), a million times. Many people are apprehensive about change because it poses a risk, the risk that the endeavor might fail. But there are many reasons to actually embrace change, the most important ones are: Innovation and progress. 

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Last Minute Project Rescue: How to Save Your Project Before 2015 Ends

Linh Tran, Monday 07 December 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Blog Entry Last Minute Project Rescue

Have you been getting this sick feeling in your stomach every time you think about your project for weeks now? Maybe you’ve even hoped for months on end that you’ll be able to catch up with lost time, or that you’ll still manage to save some of your budget? But however you twist it, things look really bleak right now?

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