Monthly Archives: August 2016

Why Is It So Hard To Change?

Sometimes, we acknowledge that we need to make some changes in our professional or personal lives. The biggest obstacle seems to be our general, but normal, dislike for change. The big question is, why do we find it so hard

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Posted in Change Management, Professional Skills

Stimulate Your Career … Free!

As we approach the end of the summer vacation season, another season begins. That season is the preparation for next year. OK, that is really not a season as defined by the weather services. But, most business and professional organizations

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Posted in Professional Skills

Business … Simplified!

How can business actually be simplified? If we allow ourselves to apply a few concepts from disciplines other than business school training, we may find that the solutions to some of the most difficult issues that we face may simply

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Posted in Business Process Improvement, Professional Skills

Most of us need our jobs … but!

Each person’s job is different and requires different sacrifices and offers different rewards. The perfect job for one person could also be a nightmare for another. Some want a job that is predictable and regular, while other may want a

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Situational Responses… here are three!

In any organization, you may be asked to change or transfer to a different team or department. Depending on the size of the organization, you may find yourself working with team members that are new to you and you are

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Project Problems … 5 reasons!

As a team leader, you have a full plate. Among other tasks, you must ensure that your projects are completed on time and on budget. Even with excellent delegating skills, it is still difficult to complete projects on time. Even

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Why Are We Still Doing IT … That Way?

But, wait! We spent millions of dollars last year on the new systems and now they are doing things the same way they did a year age. This could be your worst nightmare. As a team leader, you monitor the

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