Month: February 2015

Strategically Aligned Projects or Tech Projects: Which is More Exciting?

Sometimes, a Project Manager (PM) gets an opportunity to work on a new technology project, while other times it may be a project that has a straight line to a strategic initiative in the organization. Most times, there will not

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Using the Cloud for Data Backups

There are two kinds of organizations in the world: Those that have lost critical data, and those that will. If you use technology long enough and neglect to back up your data, a single unfortunate incident can destroy your data

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Are you just looking for a job, or do you have a campaign going?

No one needs to reiterate that today’s is a difficult job market that is unprecedented in recent times or that regrettably, many people are looking for jobs for extended amounts of time—sometimes for years! As a career coach, I often

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents: “A Workshop – Let’s Improve Your Elevator Pitch” by Alex Freund Saturday February 14th at 8:00am ET Synopsis: Please share this with other groups you may be in. Join us on at: to

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The Elevator Pitch Checklist

A recent article of mine covered most people’s lack of efficacy in practicing their elevator pitches at job search networking meetings. I wanted to follow up on that and prove my tenets, so I brainstormed with a group of trusted

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Don’t Just Prioritize Tasks, Say No to Some

Good time and project management doesn’t necessarily mean doing everything requested. More importantly, it means doing what is best for your organization, even when the organization may not realize it. Success and achievement are not measured by doing everything requested

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