• Rejection: The Project Manager’s Badge of Honor in 2017

    Author and human dynamics expert Halley Bock says that “Rejection is a beacon illuminating a new path or a rumble meant to test your internal drive.” 

  • 12 Gartner Resolutions That Are Just as Applicable Today

    A look at Gartner’s 2016 recommendations and why they will be even more critical in 2017.

  • The Truth About Open Offices and Standing Desks on Workplace…

    Most American offices are now open, and more companies are adopting standing desks and other hot trends. But is all the effort to make these changes worth it?

  • 5 Project Management Developments for 2017

    We look at 5 intriguing project management trends heading into 2017.

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  • Does Flexwork Improve Team Productivity?

    Flexwork is pervasive and employees obviously love it, but is it universally good for business and work management?

  • Business Professionals Sound Off on Digital Transformation

    What are employees – inside and outside of IT – thinking and doing about digital transformation initiatives? Insights from CapGemini Consulting, QuickBase and Brian Solis.

  • The State of Project Management – CIO’s Moira Alexander

    Moira Alexander, founder and president of Lead-Her-Ship Group, as well as a project management and IT columnist for CIO Magazine, shares her insights on the state of project management.

  • Why Blockchain and Digital Transformation Go Hand in Hand

    The Fast Track explores the foundations of blockchain technology and what increased adoption means for larger digital transformation efforts.

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  • 15 Ways to Get Your Company to Embrace Disruption

    For professionals involved in digital transformation efforts, disruption of traditional operations is inevitable. Unfortunately, sometimes certain team members might push back. How to build your case.

  • 14 Process Improvement Problems to Avoid

    When undergoing process improvement, understanding your process from start to finish is the best way to prevent certain inevitable problems from occurring.