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Dan Rose

It’s become the norm for professionals to work 60 or more hours a week … not ending the work day until late at night … and spending time on work during the weekends. On one hand, this may display an intense dedication to a company and the roles and responsibilities bestowed upon employees. But on the other, working that much might not allow many to…


Dan Rose

Research has found the human brain can only perform a certain number of tasks at the same time. After that, it becomes a problem. And yet, we celebrate the all-powerful multitasker at work. You know, the one who can seemingly juggle eight different tasks at the same time and still manage to get away for lunch every day. While multitasking may boost productivity in some…


Dan Rose

Project failure can happen to even the most experienced managers, but it doesn’t have to. Often, there are warning signs that a project isn’t going to meet a deadline, or the assembled team will hit obstacles later on. Some managers may see these signals right before the project hits a dead end or the customer cancels. Unfortunately, many times the warning signs happen early on…


Dan Rose

Managing multiple projects, objectives and deadlines can be a full-time job. It will require all of your concentration, skills, talents and dedication. If you are going to be successful at time management, one of the first things you need to do is to identify your challenges and gain control of your workday. This can be easier said than done. After all, managers, co-workers and team…


Dan Rose

Do you get “time-shamed” by co-workers? Or those time management experts? Confession time (part I): These days, I do almost nothing the time management experts tell me to do. But, I never miss deadlines … my projects always get done accurately … and my proudest achievement is that I don’t leave any co-workers hanging out to dry waiting for my work to get done. Yes,…


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