A negotiation strategy that ranks as the most popular and accepted way of conducting business negotiations is the win-win strategy. The examples of win-win negotiations illustrate the concept as one where both sides not only win, but also feel that they have won.
What do all the people on this list have in common? Learn more about the motivating forces of these strategic leaders and why they’re so inspirational.
Understanding what creativity means to a project manager is critical to success in a competitive, resource-constrained society that is often resistant to change. Incorporate this important skill in 10 key areas of your next project.
The business world is becoming something different in the 21st Century, and for those companies relying on supply chain management to maintain inventory levels, there are some trends and changes that will affect how your chain management process works. Jean Scheid explains.
Need to learn tips for root cause analysis and how to put them to work? Find in this article ten crucial tips for performing a root cause analysis. Knowing the basics and the different features of each RCA technique is essential, but developing the right mindset in analyzing the problem is vital.
If you’re finding it difficult to keep up with project schedules, then setting up milestones is the best way to ensure smooth progress of the project. Learn more about how to prepare a project milestones report.
The scene: You’re the project leader and everyone loves you! You want to dive right in and get things going right away but once you do, the game changes. Avoid the unforeseen by writing a business requirements document—learn real examples here.
Project managers must deal with timelines and scheduling along with everything else that goes into a project, such as monitoring and delivering. Most teams are used to Gantt charts or bland timelines showing assigned activities, progress and duration. There has to be a better way though right?
Business research is the key methodology used by many organizations to achieve success. Do these methods really help organizations to grow? Do these business research models really have a purpose? In this post, you will find answers to these questions. Read on to learn more.
If you’re stuck on what continuous quality improvement is, how it’s used and why it’s so important, here Jean Scheid tells you what you need to know in order to utilize this methodology correctly, keeping in mind it’s not a reinvention but a way to improve on the already established.