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Prepare for Disaster with Right Communication Plan

Natural disasters or calamities never give prior information and time to prepare. Over one-third of small businesses do not plans for natural disasters or severe catastrophies while larger firms do have business continuity and disaster recovery plans, but do not account specifically for weather-related events. In this article at Risk Management, Aaron Charlesworth shares some effective ways that can help businesses go a long way towards mitigating damage with careful preparation. Plan First Advance planning …

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7 Tips to Put Together a Winning Remote Team

Forming a team with the cream crowd of the industry is no game. But virtual team building has made this unrealistic task easy. Still, hiring a par excellence candidate onboard can have terrible consequences like productivity loss, major workflow interruptions and so on. In this article at Remote.co, Jennifer Parris shares her perspective on the hiring of remote workers that will help you assemble a strong remote team. Give Before Taking Like any regular employee, …

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Beginners Guide to IT Portfolio Management: 6 Tips

The project portfolio management (PPM) is a process familiar to the project managers and PMOs. PPM helps in analyzing the return on a project by uniting and organizing every bit of data for a proposed and ongoing project. In this article at Thinking Portfolio, the author shares some productive tricks for the PPM beginners to ease their way. The PPM managers are responsible for predicting and analyzing risks for the companies aiming to invest in …

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6 Professional Barriers That Should Never Be Crossed

The relationship between a boss and employee depends on their compatibility and the rapport they share. However, in a professional environment, there are certain limits that a boss should never cross while dealing with his/her team member. In this article at TechRepublic, Toni Bowers lists out six ways to tell that your boss has crossed the line of professional behavior. The Code of Conduct Most leaders fail to identify their own loopholes and understand they …

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Why Don’t We Have More Time for Strategic Thinking?

Being strategic is one of the top priorities for any leadership role. A recent survey conducted by HBR suggests that about 97 percent of 10,000 senior leaders believe strategy planning to be a key differentiating factor for driving business. However, another survey revealed that 96 percent of leaders fall short of time for strategic thinking. In this article at Harvard Business Review, Dorie Clark enlists few key reasons for this misalignment between the intended goals …

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Why Do We Need A Project Business Case?

Decision-making while starting a new project involves a series of steps. The most primary step is developing a business case to justify the worthiness of the project. This document is most likely to help the stakeholders in understanding the importance of the project and finding suitable resources for it. In this article at TechRepublic, Moira Alexander shares why is it essential to develop a sound business case to present to decision makers before any project …

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Win Your Digital Goals with Communication

In this digital era, innovation requires strong communication and collaboration at every organizational level. Only then, a company can truly achieve its digital transformation goals. However, establishing such a robust communication framework is a tough job, especially in a multi-national firm or a company with varied functional streams. In this article at Tech Republic, Dan Patterson shared some excerpts on digital innovation from his interview with Peter Jensen, Moleskine’s Head of Digital Innovation. The Digital …

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Emotional Intelligence: A Leader’s Gain

In every professional setup, leadership is all about how you use your emotional intelligence to address different issues or scenarios. Apart from governing their own emotions, leaders also need to empathize with their teams. Thus, effective leadership purely comes from enhancing your emotional quotient. In this article at The Enterprises Project, Paul Heltzel talks about the key behavioral traits that are essential to building a strong leadership practice. What to Rely on? Leaders are always …

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How to Be Change-Adaptive?

Work culture in every industry or organization has undergone a huge transformation in the recent years. Long back, employees and senior executives in any company were pretty much content with a stable work environment that ensured constructive business and personal growth. However, the perception has changed now. The ‘stability’ factor has been replaced by ‘change management’ strategies. In this article at Strategy+Business, John Jones and his fellow authors share 10 basic principles of managing change …

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7 Ways to Be Super-Productive

Productivity defines your working style and how much ownership you can take. Thus, organizations broadly classify their workforce into three categories – under-productive, productive and super-productive. Most professionals seem happy and content executing the work assigned to them. However, some of them are super active and quick when it comes to delivering assignments and taking an extra load without stressing themselves. In this article at Harvard Business Review, Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman share some …

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