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Most of us hate meetings. But, if we’re honest, they can be a vital link to making sound business decisions  If you can bring together all the key players armed with the right information, and run the meeting well, chances are you’ll make the best, most informed, decisions possible. Of course, that’s in a perfect world where you ride unicorns across rainbows to deliver you…


Researchers believe one out of every five people in the U.S. is a chronic procrastinator. Chronic procrastination is so common that if you’re not afflicted yourself, chances are good that you work with at least one or more procrastinators. But while virtually everyone puts off tasks now and then that have little to no impact, the person who constantly is running into deadlines can cause…


Tens of millions of people across the country get swept up in “March Madness”—the three week long NCAA Men’s Basketball championship tournament. It is estimated that nearly 51 million American workers (about 20 percent) fill out brackets and participate in office pools and online contests. Then, they’ll frantically check their computers, laptops, tablets and phone apps for updates on game scores throughout the day, making…


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…


Is there anyone at your work who puts together “can’t miss” meetings?  You know, the kind of meetings you never want to miss because they begin the moment they’re supposed to … are attended only by the people who need to be there … have crystal-clear agendas … and end the minute they are supposed to end? But more important, these are the meetings that…


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