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“Don’t raise your voice. Improve your argument.” Bishop Desmond Tutu, Address at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa, November 23, 2004   Whether you’re arguing at work with a co-worker or having a tense negotiation, there are times when you can blow your cool and suddenly find the situation slipping away. For most people, that’s when the adrenaline starts flowing, the blood pressure rises, and…


When it comes to project management and the concept of triple constraints, it would be wise for you to remember the story of the Great Wall of China. Around 220 B.C., the original project manager got the first wall done in about 20 years. He got it done in time (we assume) but the scope (performance) of the project changed, so they had to add…


Back in 2013, Virgin CEO, Richard Branson, famously said that working in an office would soon be a “thing of the past.” Today, as the Baby Boomer generation — with the “60-hour work week” mentality and contempt for telecommuting employees — leaves management and heads off into retirement, the rise of virtual employees will soon transform into virtual teams that must be managed and kept…


Almost everyone enjoys working with people with a positive attitude. We’re pretty sure we can’t say that absolutely everyone enjoys it, because there’s always that one man or woman in every company that just have to be negative. We like to call them Mr. or Ms. Cranky Pants, but that’s just us. The thing is … attitude is a choice. The difference between thriving at…