As the old saying goes, “we become what we repeatedly do.” This means we must repeatedly do things that are constructive, useful, and lead us towards our goals. But, as any creature of habit knows, it’s not that easy to start new habits and break bad ones.
Project management is about managing scarcity. PMs are given a budget (probably not enough) and a talent pool (stretched to the gills) and told to make everything work.
Hopefully your business is in better shape than the Seven Kingdoms. Here are some tips for keeping winter at a distance.
Project work requires individuals with differing opinions, work habits, and communication styles to work closely and collaboratively on common end goals. Organization and focus are critical. But what happens when your project team just can’t get along?
Artificial intelligence (AI) has a lot to offer over human beings as a brand representative. AI never gets tired. It never forgets. It doesn’t need incentives, bonuses, or stock options.
There’s no question that remote work, telework, flexible work—whatever your organization’s term for it may be—is having its rightful moment in the sun.
A smarter, more secure enterprise Machine learning is making its move into virtually every realm that uses computer technology, and it’s easy to see why.
For their 2016 installment of “The Future of Business Collaboration,” PGi invited experts from Frost & Sullivan, Airwatch VMware, InterfaceFLOR, x.ai and DaVincian Healthcare to dig into the key technology trends that are shaping our collective tomorrows.
When you’re a leader, it’s easy to feel alone. After all, you’re dealing with issues and decisions that affect your team’s efficiency, culture, and morale.
On the heels of a great customer event in LA in February (thanks again to Children Hunger Fund’s Nobeleen Alkhato for presenting), we’re bringing the fun to NYC on May 24. Don’t miss this opportunity to pick the brains of our staff and learn from the success stories of other customers in an intimate, informal setting—with […]