iDisconnect: Where's the Digital Boundary? by Chris Vigneau, MBA Candidate The Dilemma: Let’s be blunt; people are addicted to their phones, and it’s not a good thing. Consider these terms: iDisorder, workplace telepressure, no-mophobia, mobile addict, digital burnout, technology boundaries, … [Read more...] about iDisconnect: Where’s the Digital Boundary?
At the early stages of my career, I never understood the value of buying a high-quality pair of shoes for business attire. Figuring that "low cost alternative" was the best value. Then, I read the opinion article from ComputerWorld (May, 19, 2014) titled "A Project Staffing Worst Practice" and … [Read more...] about Fatalistic Project Management and Cheap Shoes!
Austin Hatem '14, IT442, Bryant University April 14, 2014 Project management provides an increased focus that systematically accelerates the rate at which projects are completed Project management has too long been conceived as a practice that stymies project completion. Companies worldwide … [Read more...] about Project Management: The Fast Lane
Kathy Philangam '14, IT442, Bryant University April 11, 2014 Treat project management communication as if it is with your significant other. Communication is the foundation that upholds our relationships not only in our everyday lives but especially in project management. Anthony Robbins, … [Read more...] about Communication Determines the Outcome of a Project
Dan Loveland '14, IT442, Bryant University April 7, 2014 Project management has a lot in common with taking a road trip from New York to Los Angeles for a big Hollywood event. While this may seem like a stretch, hear me out. You may be surprised at the similarities. I will use this analogy to … [Read more...] about Don’t Let Scope Creep You off the Road to Success