Casi para cerrar esta serie, traigo esta propuesta. Más que tips o recomendaciones, se trata de una reflexión de Derek Huether sobre cual es el costo real de las reuniones de trabajo. Derek recuerda una reunión mensual, con una duración de 2.5 horas. 40 personas en la sala, desde auxiliares administrativos hasta altos ejecutivos. Derek preparó una estimación burda del costo de la reunión. Mediante una aplicación pudo calcular que la reunión tuvo un costo estimado de $17,904 dólares.
¿Cómo garantizar el éxito de la próxima reunión? (o mi guía útima sobre reuniones de trabajo). 6 – ¿Cual es el costo de las reuniones?
There was an article in this Tuesday’s Evening Standard (ES Jobs, Tuesday 24th November) entitled “Is there such a thing as a dream job?”. It covered short interviews with five different people talking about their perspective on their jobs and whether they were dream jobs. It caught my attention because this week has been especially …
Is Becoming a Project Manager Really a Dream Job?
There’s a new book called “Demystifying Talent Management” from Kimberley Janson which talks about “unleashing people’s potential to deliver superior results”. It’s written primarily for HR Managers, a call to action to get better at managing employee’s performance. It’s approach is about sharing what effective manager’s do in their conversations with employees when it comes …
Five Questions About Project Management Development
As part of the latest Test Studio R3 2015 release , the team introduced a huge Scheduling feature refactoring. This delivered a number of improvements and fixed known functional, performance and scalability issues. We’re proud of the Scheduling feature in Test Studio, but we can be honest—in the last two years, we encountered a significant number of reported Test Studio Scheduling problems from our customers and from our Quality Assurance team. With the feature heavy product roadmap and the fact that we needed to change the whole Scheduling feature architecture, we were facing a big challenge. It was a lot of hard work, but in the end I am extremely happy that we managed to include this highly anticipated feature refactoring in the new R3 release. The improvements cover several feature areas: Database and Results Setup and Configuration Test dependencies uploads Status Reporting Logging Database and Results The Scheduling environment consists of two services—Scheduling and Storage—and one of our biggest improvements is with the latter.
Test Studio Scheduling is Back and Better Than Ever
PMI© has announce changes coming to the Project Manager Professional (PMP®) examination beginning on January 11, 2016 (postponed from original schedule of November 1, 2015). The changes represent a 25% overhaul to the exam questions. While the exam is changing, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide®) 5th edition, is not. If you are scheduled to take the exam prior to January 11, 2016, do not change your course of study. However, if you do not pass prior to this date or are otherwise scheduled to take it afterwards, you will need to change your study strategy to include the exam updates. Continue reading…
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Get Ready for PMP Exam Changes Coming in January 2016