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Are you feeling overwhelmed and getting nowhere? Or do you have too much time and easily getting bored. Most of the time, we end up feeling somewhat crunched even when we are trying our best to save time.
With meetings, phone calls, social media and YouTube, how could we not get distracted? Productivity hacks, gadgets, and apps can only get you so far. The best way to manage your time is to first recognize how you are spending it in the first place. Continue reading 5 Common Time Management Mistakes and Tips to Avoid Them – Guest Post by Pankaj Mondal
Career progression is one of the most important drivers of employee retention. 52% of millennials say opportunities for career progression is the most desirable quality in a workplace, competitive wages and financial incentives (44%), good training and development programs (35%) (PWC). There is a lot of ambiguity when it comes to career progression in organizations. Continue reading Importance of project management acumen in career progression
As a project management software company, we spend many hours drawing inspiration from everyday life to make Celoxis better. For this blog we thought of flipping the story; let’s look at ways in which we draw inspiration from project management in real life. Continue reading Project Management Inspiration from Everyday Life
There is no doubt that a self-sufficient team is the pillar of a successful project. Moreover, for it to flourish, the workplace should be driven by trust and mutual respect. In such optimized environment, both the project manager and team members can work together hand-in-hand to deliver the best possible output. However, often, a workplace is less than ideal, where obstacles emerge, and problems occur. A project manager, thus, should influence the ambiance to make it conducive for optimal productivity. A good way to do so is by creating a safe and positive environment for mistakes and experiments to occur while also being responsible and accountable. There are five ways to do so. Continue reading 5 Ways To Create Self-sufficient Teams
The primary function of a project report is to deliver the snapshot status of the project progress. The clearer the report, the better it is, as it would provide the sponsor, the team, the management, and the stakeholders with the latest updates of the project. Moreover, the project manager is obliged to ensure the clarity of every report. Continue reading 8 Must-Have Project Reports
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