Project Management and Organizational Selection
May 12, 2016
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Project management is the application of knowledge, practices and abilities in order to achieve and improve specific initiatives. These practices include establishing clear accountability, defining objectives and outcomes, establishing the scope, planning, monitoring, and reporting controls for project activities. There are five main project management stages that are implemented into order to facilitate these activities
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Interns Part 2- Establishing an internship
March 31, 2016
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There’s no shortage of popular culture around the idea of interns and internships. You don’t have to look far. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as out of place adult interns at Google. Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro in an aptly titled film called ‘The Intern’. Thinking about internships often conjures the idea of young
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Workaholism Should not be a Badge of Honour
January 11, 2016
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Have you ever been a part of a conversation like the following: Person A: “I’m so busy with work lately!  I don’t think I left the office before 7pm all week.” Person B: “Oh same here, I must have been doing 60 hour weeks for the past month!” Person C: “Tell me about it!  I
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5 Tips for Tackling Organizational Culture
December 1, 2015
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The word ‘culture’ can be a difficult and unwieldy term. As a result, it may often seem easier to dismiss it as something that is difficult to measure, near impossible to change, and outside of day to day concerns of an organization. However, given that correlations can be made between positive organizational culture and employee
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