Inspiration to Action: 3 Steps to Implementing Your #SHRM17 Ideas

3 steps to implementing your shrm17 ideas

The SHRM Annual Conference (#SHRM17) ended last week, but the hard work of translating your inspiration and ideas into action is just beginning. All too often we are tempted to take on many initiatives at once. We find ourselves, rightly so, by the sessions we attended and the people we met at conferences like #SHRM17 […]

5 Ways to Tackle #SHRM17 With Project Management

With a conference the size and scope of the SHRM Annual Conference, it’s important to have the right mindset and approach. In a few short weeks, over 15,000 HR professional will gather in New Orleans to learn from the best in the business. It can be overwhelming to take on an event like this, and […]

How Project Management Can Engage Employees

project management, employee engagement

Organizations have a hand in employee disengagement when they don’t put in the effort to free their people to do what they do best. How Project Management Can Engage Employees That analyst you just hired? She’s working at 70% because she’s not clear on the specifications of the project she was just assigned to. She’s […]

Define Success Before People and Processes

People + Processes = Success. You’ve probably heard that, or some version thereof, before. This equation is nice, neat, and serves as a deceptively simple method to describe how we should manage our work. Put the right people in place, help them with solid processes, and POOF! Success! But, and I’m sure you know where this is […]

Hold Up Your End of the Deal: Reciprocate Work Life Balance

Your employees deserve and expect the same work-life balance you have. There are people who would vehemently disagree with this statement. They’d rattle off some sort of antiquated managerial aphorism about how they “did their time” or how their “people will work as long as I say they will work,” or how “I pay people to […]