decision making

  • Using Spreadsheets to Manage Projects? At What Cost?

    Contrary to popular belief, spreadsheets are not free. I’ll admit it. I’m not exactly an early adopter of

  • How to Fight Perfectionism and Call a Project Complete

    If you agonize over details and find it hard to ever call a project complete, you’re probably suffering

  • Hiring Managers: How to Deal with Unresonable Expectations

    Until you can hire a cyborg, you’ll have to settle for flawed humans. The 2014 Job Preparedness Indicator

  • 3 Ways to Gauge If Your Business Needs to Make Big Changes

    Any good business plan anticipates change and growth. But what do you do after you’ve reached those goals

  • Essential Guide for Non-Project Managers
  • Work Needs You to Sleep Now (And Not When You’re Dead)

    Skipping sleep to work doesn’t put you at an advantage. Travis Bradberry is the co-author of the bestselling

  • The Biggest Mistakes Made in Hiring Sales People

    Companies typically spend more hiring their sales forces than any other function in an organization, yet sales managers

  • Is Six Sigma Dead?

    Now that one of Six Sigma’s biggest supporters is cutting back its investment, is the writing on the

  • When to Give Your Employee a Promotion Or Not

    Once upon a time, a manager noticed a direct report excelling in his area of expertise. So she

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  • 4 Easy Steps to Solving Every Problem in the Workplace

    Don’t let the pricey management consultants know it, but there’s a four-step recipe that will help you solve

  • Why Some Projects Will Always Fail

    Accomplished project managers understand that it’s not always smart to play it safe. Most people with project management