, , , , ,

Followers: What We Expect from Leaders

By Burl W. Randolph Jr. We are all followers in some sense. At work, at home, at church, in the community, we all follow someone. Followership became a burgeoning subject in the early 90’s, is not quite as prevalent today, but that…
, , , ,

Debunking the Myths of
Working From Home

By Tiffany Robinson I am approached regularly both personally and professionally by people asking, "What is it like to work from home?" This is usually followed by a statement along the lines of, "I wish I could find a sweet gig like that". Before…
, , , , ,

Cleaning Out the Culture Cabinet

By Rob Zell, SPHR In our house we love coffee and that means we end up collecting coffee mugs. They have been given to us by friends, family and students. They signify cherished memories and favorite hobbies. At some point the cabinet, like…
, , , , , ,

Decluttering Scope

By Vicki Wrona, PMP The effect of clutter and tips to de-clutter are readily available online and on TV. It’s all the rage and constantly in the back of many people’s minds, especially during spring cleaning or when moving. When I received…
, , , , , ,

Leaders Create Memories

By Rob Zell Think about your best boss. No seriously, take a few seconds and think about that leader who you consider to be the best leader in your career. Chances are you smiled a little bit as positive memories washed over you. Now think…
, , , , , ,

The ABC’s of Scope Creep Management

By Bill Flury Three experienced project managers were having coffee together in a break room at a Project Management Institute Workshop on Scope Management. Their workshop moderator had asked them to share scope creep stories about their…