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Aspects where a Construction Project Management Software can Help You

By Yolande Leake | Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

When you’re the project manager of a home construction, your own or someone else’s, you have to manage the flow of your project, staying on top of every aspect, simultaneously relaying information to your client....  (More...)

James Malinchak Five (5) Myths You Have Been Brought To Believe About Becoming Financially Free

By Stanton Harper | Thursday, April 24th, 2014

There are 5 myths that I talk about all the time as I wish to tell everybody the truth that dispels most of these myths. You would think it would be easy to convince people...  (More...)

How To Improve The Performance Of Your SMAC Initiative

By Joseph B. Kappernick | Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Are you getting the most out of your social, mobile, analytic, and cloud (SMAC) initiative? How are your customer relationships? Are you capturing the most shares possible? Taking stock of this information and your SMAC set-up will allow you to reap all that you can from your SMAC initiative.

The Rising Role Of CIO

By Joseph B. Kappernick | Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

CIO magazine published a report at the start of the year discussing the state of the CIO. This annual survey is conducted with the goal of understanding how the role of CIO continues to grow and strengthen in today's business market. It also helps to define the CIO agenda for 2013. Now in its 12th year, the survey looks at all aspects of the position of CIO within the business structure; organization, budget, and responsibilities.

James Malinchak’s Plant The Seeds Which Invites Other People To Seek You As A Consultant

By Troy Dickson | Sunday, April 20th, 2014

Each time you communicate to others, you've got an opportunity to sow the seeds that bring people back to you. What I'm suggesting is that you learn how to integrate particular neurolinguistic words and phrases...  (More...)

Who Own’s IT Procurement; The Struggle Between IT And Procurement

By Joseph B. Kappernick | Sunday, April 20th, 2014

It can be agreed that the world of IT is intricate and complex, and growing more so every day. It is off this thought that IT departments stake their claim that they need to be in charge of technology purchases. They have the technical knowledge to understand the complex systems, elaborate sales channels, and terms and conditions. IT wants ownership of the whole process- from vendor selection, negotiation to implementation, and renewal.

James Malinchak’s Advises Speakers And Entrepreneurs “don’t Sell, AME!”

By Stanton Harper | Saturday, April 19th, 2014

As speakers, you've got an inherent responsibility to your audience. Although you desire to generate income and even though you have the honor to speak and guide everyone in the audience to make decisions for...  (More...)

VMO A Position On The Rise

By Joseph B. Kappernick | Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

How are your vendor relationships? How are you service delivery times? Do they deliver as promised?Safetly? Are you satisfied with the qualified value of your purchase? It has come to the attention of the business world at large, that to realize the best RIO on your IT investments, that vendors need to be managed from the word go, and not at the very end of the processes. This is that value that a VMO can bring to your business.

5 Money Saving Tips For Your Wireless Strategy

By Joseph B. Kappernick | Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

Since mobility has become such an integral part of today's business world, increased productivity through vendors, customers, and employees having the ability to stay connected, companies are willing to pay the costs that come along with wireless services. However, this can be accomplished with out major effects to your bottom line by not paying for more than what you need.

CYOD: Rules For Making It Work In Your Business

By Joseph B. Kappernick | Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

Employers know that increased mobility leads to increased productivity. The majority of organizations expect their employees to be connected at all times via some sort of mobile device. To facilitate this, many companies have adopted a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy so that employees can use the same device for both business and personal purposes.

What Makes a Perfect Business Requirements Document?

By Michelle Symonds | Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

A Business Requirements Document is an essential part of any major project. It is often written based on a company template especially in large corporations, which can vary from industry to industry, and which may...  (More...)

The Importance of Success Criteria in Project Management

By Michelle Symonds | Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Defining, analysing and recognising the importance of success criteria is fundamental to achieving success in any project, whatever its size or complexity and in a whole range of industries. Of course, many factors such as...  (More...)

James Malinchak Shares The Top Tips For Utilizing NLP For Entrepreneurs And Speakers

By Liam Martin | Saturday, March 15th, 2014

I always teach there are only two reasons why people purchase aka invest, what are these reasons you may ask. That's very true that there are only two reasons. If you study something called NLP,...  (More...)

Why Philanthropy Is Good For Business

By Sebastian Troup | Saturday, March 8th, 2014

Executives are always searching for ways to improve their companies. This often means investing a good deal of money into everything from marketing to technology to researching and developing new products or services. It's easy to understand how success in these areas improves the company's bottom line.

James Malinchak Makes It Easier For Businessmen To Overcome Poverty Thinking

By Stanton Harper | Friday, March 7th, 2014

If there is one thing I know for sure, it is that if you focus on the costs of all things instead of considering it as an investment, you're stuck in poverty thinking. Poverty thinking...  (More...)

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