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What Are the Final 3 Phases of Project Management?

The first two phases include project initiation and project planning. The final three phases of Project Management complete the Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle or process approach to business process management with Project Execution, Project Monitoring & Control, and Project Review & Close. Continue reading What Are the Final 3 Phases of Project Management?

Do You Make These Quality Mistakes?

Quality management systems are commonly — and wrongly — viewed as a “necessary evil”. That is, your company’s top management feels a ISO QMS project won’t have an immediate and positive effect on the bottom line, but they’re going ahead with the project because “they’re making us do it!” This, along with many other Quality mistakes, are the reasons why such projects fail.

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How to Write Compelling Supply Chain Management Job Descriptions

The interaction between a job candidate and an employer starts at the job description, so it makes sense to start with it. So, today, we’ll take a look at how to write compelling supply chain management job descriptions that will put your company above your competitors in the eyes of supply chain management specialists and help you hire a true professional. Continue reading How to Write Compelling Supply Chain Management Job Descriptions

How Do You Manage Email Effectively?

Email management is all about balancing between legal requirements and making sure that you don’t keep unnecessary email records that can not only take up precious storage space but can also be impossible to audit if you ever need to present them as evidence in a legal case. To help you avoid these issues and seamlessly manage your emails effectively, here are some tips and best practices you should follow. Continue reading How Do You Manage Email Effectively?

What are the Steps to Disaster Management Planning?

A disaster is any event that will significantly impact your company’s operations — and I mean Anything. Traditionally, this means a hurricane, fire, flood, or earthquake. Non-traditionally, this means a toxic waste release, computer system crash, power outage, labor strike, community illness and many others. Unfortunately, disasters happen more frequently than we would prefer. So how can you use disaster management planning to make sure you’re prepared? Continue reading What are the Steps to Disaster Management Planning?

What Skills do Project Managers Need?

The digital business ecosystem has been flourishing for a long time now, with more companies switching to remote work, freelance collaborations, and hiring digital nomads. These factors alone have had their impact on how companies assign different managerial roles. What kind of skills are considered essential for the performance and success for a good project manager? Continue reading What Skills do Project Managers Need?

What Are Accounting Management Systems?

How familiar are you with the accounting rules and concepts utilized by accounting systems? If you were more confident with the information generated by your accounting program, would it help you to use it more effectively to run your company? More importantly, do you understand how your Accounting Policies and Procedures integrate with the accounting rules and concepts to produce the internal controls you need? Continue reading What Are Accounting Management Systems?

How to Motivate Employees About Process Improvement

How do you communicate process improvement or knowledge management and change? One way to motivate employees about process improvement is to think about all of your changes (including process improvement) as organizational “news”. You have to get the word out and communicate Process Improvement News so others can profit from the changes and improvements you’ve made. Continue reading How to Motivate Employees About Process Improvement