Young people in the 18 to 25 year age group unfortunately have a high unemployment rate in almost every part of the world. The more we want to give the youngsters the opportunity to begin and flourish in their career,… Continue Reading →
Are you tired of working for someone else, of having to implement someone else’s ideas and getting embroiled in office politics? Are you tired of working a full-time job and still barely being able to make ends meet? Having to rely on borrowing doorstep loans or secured loans when you have an unexpected expense? Have you dreamt of the financial freedom of becoming your own boss but don’t know where to start; haven’t got that “great idea” you think you need?
Believe it or not successful businesses don’t have to be based on a unique idea – they simply have to do what they do very well and better than the competitors. There are literally thousands of options to choose from when starting your own home-based business and it has never been easier to become your own boss so, if not now, when?
Did someone say flexibility? You’re in a meeting about a new system development project, in response to a change in legislation. Stakeholders, Project Manager, Director of Innovations department – everyone is there. The project isn’t going completely as planned; it’s… Continue Reading →
It is not news that the global economic outlook remains gloomy but the knock-on effect in many major projects is that budgets are still being seriously impacted. Project managers are being expected to achieve similar end results on lower budgets,… Continue Reading →
Gold plating in development is a well known term seen as a negative thing. In project management it can however be a good thing, here’s how.
Project management training covers all areas of project management, with specialist areas of project management being covered by specific certifications, it also covers the many new and established terms within the field. Gold plating is a common term that you may have covered during your project management courses. It is most often used in terms of development, but it can also apply to project management as well.