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Passive aggressive. Your new IT Talent Recruitment strategy?

IT & Project Recruitment

To attract passive talent you need to redefine ‘passive aggressive’ and turn it into a recruitment strategy. Imagine your ideal candidate. Smart, hard-working, dedicated, capable, innovative, creative … spend a few seconds populating your own list. Have you ever interviewed this ideal candidate, offered them the gig, only to find …

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Defining Roles and Responsibilities in Project Management

roles and responsibilities

Many problems on projects are the direct result of poorly defined roles and responsibilities. But vagueness over roles can also result in turf wars and hostility when more than one individual believes they have control over an area of project activity.   For organisations using the PRINCE2 methodology, which is …

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Prioritising IT projects has never mattered more

Prioritising IT projects has never mattered more

  IT Project prioritisation is crucial for your organisation. Selecting the wrong projects, which don’t deliver strategic value or the required ROI can impact the bottom line and mean that your business reduces its chance of hitting targets and achieving goals. You should take a day or two (or longer …

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