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Telemedicine

5 Benefits of the Expansion Of Telemedicine

As we stand in solidarity with our healthcare workers and Nurse’s Week comes to a close, we look at the future of work in healthcare. COVID-19 has brought on many challenges in an array of fields, especially the medical field. The shift in landscape has cause telemedicine to increase in popularity. This new shift proves…
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virtual meeting

5 Tips on How to Have an Impactful Virtual Meeting

COVID-19 has caused the traditional work environment to shift from the office to our homes. Everyone working from home has increased the popularity of virtual meetings. A virtual meeting is different from a conference room meeting, it is a new setting and the traditional rules change with the context. Here are five tips on how…
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Women of Millennial Tech International Women's Day

International Women’s Day: Celebrating the Women Leading Millennial Tech

This week we celebrated International Women’s Day. International Women’s day is a day to celebrate the many achievements of women. From those leading social, economic, political, and cultural movements, to the women raising themselves and their families up, this day belongs to all of you. And just as much as it is a day to…
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Higher Education Digital Transformation

The Digital Transformation of Enterprise IT in Higher Ed

There’s a digital transformation happening in higher education when it comes to enterprise IT systems and services. Driven by technology trends, including advances in analytics, AI, the cloud, mobile, social networks, and storage capacities, this transformation is enabling new approaches to everything. Updating colleges and university’s digital architectures opens up the opportunity for campus leaders to…
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Analyzing Data Togeather

Study: Correlation Between Effective Leadership and Successful Project Results

Project management is an increasingly popular field for both workers and researchers. Today’s projects are becoming more complex in increasingly volatile environments and require more leadership than before. Most of what we tend to know about the leadership qualities of “good” project managers come from the ability to check off boxes on important skills and…
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Job Interview

Tips for Asking Better Interview Questions, and Getting Better Answers

A good interviewer treats the interview like a conversation, not an interrogation. It’s your responsibility as the interviewer to make candidates feel at ease while asking them focused questions to evaluate if they are the right fit for the job. Poor practices like asking too many questions, speaking over interviewees, and being unprepared can discourage…
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Distracted team members

Here’s Why Not All Managers are Project Managers

Project management is an art that requires a combination of expert knowledge, dedication, and a high-level of leadership ability. So why are more and more companies hiring project managers based solely on their PMP certification and bookkeeping skills? Not all managers are project managers, so it’s important to choose the right people based on their…
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Signs of bad project managers

The Difference Between Good and Bad Project Managers

Ask yourself, what makes a project manager “good” or “bad” at their jobs? When it comes to project management, the assumption is that most “good” project managers have a baseline of demonstrating best practices, using the right tools and templates, and having some sort of formal project management training.  But there are many other things…
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Project Manager Motivation

4 Ways to Motivate Your Project Management Team

New projects are an exciting—and stressful time for any project management team. There’s a slew of creation, innovation, and learning, alongside long hours and all-nighters from the team. So, as a project manager, how do you keep your team motivated and engaged? Here are 4 quick tips: Set realistic goals and targets Measure team performance and…
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Millenial workforce

Key Statistics of Millennials in Today’s Workforce

Millennials became the largest generation in the workforce back in 2016, according to Pew Research, with American workers ages 23 to 38 as of 2019. And they are forecasted to make up around 75% of the U.S. labor force by 2030, according to the BLS.  Researcher’s fascination with the millennial generation has only grown over the years,…
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