4 Tips to ‘Fit for Use’ IT Solution

The effectiveness of designing, manufacturing, and delivering a system or service that fits customers need is termed as ‘fit for use’. Although, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) labels it as the assurance to meet the agreed upon requirements of a product or service. In this article at ITSM.Tools, Doug Tedder explains that often the solutions offered by the IT teams look promising enough on papers and convincing enough to business owners. But as it reaches …

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Shifting Office? Prepare Your Staff for Good

Relocation brings freshness to the monotonous work environment, but is it as glorious as it seems? No, it is not. Therefore, prepare your employees in advance and break them in small teams to perform the tasks of seamless office shift. In this article at Project-Management.com, Brendan Bowie shares how the daunting task of shifting the office to a new location can be a painless affair. Notify First Most of the organizations do this blooper of …

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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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Can You Identify Your Mobile Product Manager?

Do you want to work in the world of mobile app development? And, you do not have any clue about the prospective product manager’s attitude, method of work, and behavior, apart from the expectations from you. Then, be ready to deal with these characteristics in the future. In this article at Business2Community, Hannah Levenson defines types of mobile product managers existing in the world of app development. Knowing about their traits will help you guard …

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5 Reasons to Hire Resources with a Higher Emotional Quotient

Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to remain aware, hold control and express emotions to handle interpersonal relationships gently. To take the lead, having a cohesive work culture is the need of the hour for a strong business. In this article at Inc.com, Denese Skinner explains that a conceptualized hiring strategy can lead to hiring best-fit employees. However, making a good hiring decision starts by creating a highly detailed and specific job description designed to …

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Tips to ‘Password Protect’ Your Work Problems

Hackers have become the biggest threat for technology. Even password protected documents are not safe anymore, in fact, it’s getting worse. It is crucial to spread awareness among employees not to commit the most common password mistakes and to keep it secure. In this article at Risk Management Magazine, Csaba Krasznay suggests ways to deal with the unfortunate risks of password hacking and keeping the organization data safe with password protection. Security Slab This may …

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How Project Managers Rise in Rough Weather?

The project managers are not fortunate enough to deal with pleasant work conditions every day. They have to deal with various unforeseen circumstances. Each day brings a new challenge or opportunity to them. In this article at Project-Management, Reshmi Sujesh shares a case study to evaluate the role of a project manager, highlighting the situations they deal with. The Case Study A project manager receives a mail from his release manager, right before the launch …

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Guard Your Venture with These Risk Management Tips

The success of a venture largely depends on the company’s ability to recognize and manage risks. Being the second name of the business, risk is everywhere. With the fast-growing digital and interconnected global environment, business risks are occurring with even greater frequency. In this article at Infiniti Research, Anirban Choudhury explains that constant innovations and change in ways to operate have increased the chances of risk in organizations. Therefore, conventional measures are not enough to …

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No More Conventional Meetings! Daily Stand-Ups Takeover

For years, people complain about extended multiple meetings in project management. Many drop the idea of getting into this field considering the hours of meetings in it. Experts suggest that most of the project managers spend almost half of their working time in meetings. In this article at The Enterprisers Project, Carla Rudder explains why taking daily stand-ups over conventional meetings is essential if an organization wants fast growth. Stay up to Speed The author …

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5 Smart Ways CIOs Can Manage Multiple Teams

With high business needs, CIOs with technical mindset is fading away gradually. Every organization wants to hire someone who can efficiently handle multiple tasks and teams. The CIOs with a strong sense of business and efficiency to multitask is worth a million dollar. In this article at CIO, Chloe Dobinson shares some sure shot tips for CIOs to scale up their game and enable them to handle more than usual teams together. Act of Balancing …

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