6 Tips to avoid Brain Freeze in Brain Storming

In 1941 Alex Osborn, an advertising executive, found that conventional business meetings were inhibiting the creation of new ideas and proposed some rules designed to help stimulate them. To “think up” was originally the term he used to describe the process he developed, and that in turn came to be known as “brainstorming”. He described brainstorming as “a conference technique by which a group attempts … Continue reading 6 Tips to avoid Brain Freeze in Brain Storming

INFOGRAPHIC: 5 Reasons to Stop Using Paper to Manage your Projects

By: Ravindra Ambegaonkar, Marketing Manager at Celoxis About Celoxis: Celoxis is a comprehensive project management tool that helps companies streamline management of projects, timesheets, expenses and business processes, specific to their organization. Over the last decade, Celoxis has specialized in delivering improved collaboration and increased efficiency for teams of all sizes, both in SMB and Enterprise segments. To know more visit www.celoxis.com  Connect with us:     Continue reading INFOGRAPHIC: 5 Reasons to Stop Using Paper to Manage your Projects

Customer Feedback in Project Management – Guest post by Saroova Kalland

In general, project management includes starting, planning, preparing, carrying out, managing, and getting done the targeted task within a stipulated time. It is a well-planned process of putting in order the means that changes are carried out proficiently in an organization. The main objective of project management is to attain specific objectives and meet a specific target set by a team in the company. Project management approaches requires distinctive technical skills and effective managing tactics. The main challenge of project management is to accomplish all of the project targets or objectives within the given deadline. Project management fetches a unique spotlight formed by the aims, resources and plan of every project. Continue reading Customer Feedback in Project Management – Guest post by Saroova Kalland

What Project Managers Can Learn from The Game of Cricket?

What Project Managers Can Learn from The Game of Cricket?

As an Indian, the cricket bug bit me early on with hours spent in games of street cricket, local club games and watching games on television with my friends. As a cricket fanatic and project management professional I can’t help but draw the parallel between the two. In this blog I hope to share my views on lessons project managers can learn from the game of cricket. Continue reading What Project Managers Can Learn from The Game of Cricket?