A baseline as the name suggests is a line that is being used as a base for future measurement. It is a reference. In Project Management, the term baseline refers to an accepted and approved projec...
The mysterious critical path notion seems to put project managers in difficulty and especially the novice ones. However if anyone would take just a few minutes from his precious time to pay a clos...
A scheduler is considered as efficient in managing one location, and a few employees, or may be in charge of multiple locations, with a large number of personnel. A software allow the scheduler to...
Managing projects is not an easy job and in most cases the manager would greatly benefit from the use of a dedicated software.
Every project starts with a well-defined plan and schedule. But the reality offers a lot of uncertainty so the project may very well not evolve according to the initial plan.
A basic run-down of the types of Sexual Harassment and their prevalence in the workplace today.
Teaching your employees the proper use of fire extinguishers can save lives and property and should be part of every companies safety training programs.
Joel Barker has championed the idea that paradigm change and the ability to adapt to it drives business.
This article details how there are now 5 generations in the workplace and how they need to communicate and respect each other to have a healthy and productive workplace.
National Geographic Photographer Dewitt Jones has made Celebrate What's Right with the World a mantra for creativity, inspiration and success.
TV's "The Office" is fiction but we can learn a lot about management by watching the antics of Michael Scott, The Office's terrible boss.
These are tough times and a good old fashioned motivational video can be a great way to start a meeting, event or to get ramped up for a new organizational goal. Try one of these new or classic motiv...
Great Leaders innovate, study and empower. Learn these three effective leadership techniques and you are well on your way to becoming a great leader.
Change is never convenient. It seems that new paradigms come around when they are not wanted, but organizations cannot ignore the signs because it may cost them dearly in the future.