By: Dr. Jimmie Flores | Oct 4, 2013 Managing projects is far from easy, but yet project managers are expected to deliver on time, within budget, and to the customer’s requirements. Project success is even more difficult today because of the uncertainty and complexity caused by technology and globalization.
By: Dr. Jimmie Flores | Oct 2, 2013 The fact is that we are not going to work in the same company from start-to-finish. I remember beginning my professional career at Shell Oil Company in 1990, and I thought that I would retire with the oil and gas company. It was a genuine but naïve belief.
By: abhishek singh | Oct 1, 2013 Resume is your first impression - it is your marketing tool and you certainly want to give the best first impression to your marketing document. Now, you may wonder and think, how can you enlist your whole life/work history in just one or two A4 sheets? Let’s keep it straight - resume is not your life/work history, and nor it is a summary of your failures and short comings, but a simple and quic
By: Dr. Jimmie Flores | Sep 24, 2013 As a university instructor and corporate trainer, I often ask students to form small teams when working on course projects. For the most part, this is an easy process, especially because students will already know each other. Even when they lack acquaintance, they gravitate to people with similar interests.
By: Stephen Bush | Sep 17, 2013 Military career transitions have always been challenging, and the obstacles have increased during the past few years. This article addresses practical career management solutions for this common and growing problem for a military to business career transition.
By: Nisha Thakur | Sep 16, 2013 Networking in social or professional life is not that easy as it seems to some people. Some people are little more shy to speak and express what they feel. It's important for them to have faith and confidence on their abilities to move forward.