Negotiating in a business setting can be stressful and challenging no matter who you are, but women in the workplace face unique challenges (and possess unique skills). With this book, you'll get a complete primer on how to effectively negotiate in a variety of important situations.
Workplace bullying is a serious problem. If it's happening to you, it's important to take the right steps to deal with it. If you notice it happening to someone else, you should reach out and help that person. By fighting back against bullying wherever you see it happening, you can help to make your work environment happier, healthier, and more productive.
The percentage of IT projects that fail is embarrassing to those in the IT industry! Project managers need to get their act together to ensure that their projects run smoothly, all lines of communication are open, and they have the backing of the stakeholders and upper management. But do PMs have the skills they need to keep a project afloat? This quick career guide book is meant to provide you with 10 real world IT project examples, why they failed, and lessons learned for each one.
"Hodgepodge of information often unrelated to a specific IT project failure scenario."
Healthcare is a big business and is only continuing to grow. Because of this, technology must adapt and transform to meet the needs of the public. Failed healthcare IT projects are nothing new. However, they surely are something that can be learned from. In every failure is a lesson that can be used for a future project - a lesson that can help to save, or better, someone else's life.
"Unclear Business Cases, weak lessons learned"
The IT world is fascinating inside and out. Every year, new technologies come to the market to much appeal and praise, from phones to computers to cybersecurity programs. However, what people do not see covered in the press as much are the IT projects that do not make it big. A realty of the technology world is that projects fail every year - many projects. Furthermore, government entities, who one would think had all tools necessary to launch a successful IT project, have a long list of failed IT projects.