With the fiscal year coming to a close this month, managers are scrambling to find a way to make the most of their money. Before you go on a maniacal last-minute spending spree, here are some tips to help you decide how to allocate your government year-end spending.
Working from home might very well be the best thing ever, but it can also prove one of the most challenging. Here’s everything you need to know in order to avoid some of the most common traps when working from home.
In this free clip from Developing a Killer Personal Brand, learn how to design a 12 month strategy, and build your personal brand step by step.
If you are a manager, you know keeping workers on task can be an absolute nightmare. I’m not talking about employees getting distracted (there’s little you can do about short attention spans); the type of task I refer to is just keeping those employees working toward a singular goal: success. This means keeping track of [...]
Training for technical roles usually encompasses a limited range of functions. We’re taught the ins and outs of the technology of interest and are loaded with appropriate geek-speak. Then we’re turned loose on an unsuspecting user community, who won’t understand a word we say. We’re not, however, taught to deal with business users, or to [...]
While SharePoint 2013 comes with lots of different content types and data, sometimes you really want to pull data from an existing business system. In this video excerpt from Scot Hillier’s new course SharePoint 2013 Business Connectivity Services Fundamentals you’ll see how to leverage SharePoint’s built-in features for connecting to external data to create a [...]
Jesse Stay has just published a new course: Twitter for Business Hundreds of millions of people are using Twitter, and you need to get on the bandwagon! This course starts from the very beginning, showing you the basics of getting your Twitter account set up, to etiquette, and then dives deeper into how to build [...]
First, let me say, I’m sorry to the Business Analysts (BAs) who may stumble upon this post, I’m sure you will have lots of disagreements with my assertions. I read this article on InfoQ this morning and it made me start thinking…again…about business analysts. I’m not particularly interested in the argument over the terminology of [...]