Tag : Business Tools

Project Management Strategies for Non-Project Managers

Project Management is a critical function in many businesses. Even in companies that aren’t projectized, it’s probable that you’ll deal with many projects throughout the year. In an ideal situation, you’ll have access to a full Project Management Office (PMO), dedicated resources, and all the tools needed to successfully deliver

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Find and Recruit Top Talent During an Ontario Career Fair

When it comes to finding students and recent grads to expand your workforce, career fairs provide a unique opportunity for employers to gain face-to-face exposure to relevant and engaged talent. Every year, college and university campuses host job fairs to support professional networking and recruitment opportunities for students and Canadian

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[EVENT] June 25: Government Funding for Business Growth Q&A

Canadian government funding programs can support small businesses, large corporations, non-profits, and post-secondary research institutions. With this said, in order to access these programs, it’s crucial to understand which ones will provide the best fit for your organization’s upcoming strategic projects.
Fortunately, business leaders will have the chance to ask all

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What are Technology Readiness Levels (TRL)?

Businesses conducting product development and commercialization activities often refer to a nine-point Technical Readiness Level (TRL) scale. This scale helps categorize development stages which is helpful to define project scope, progress, timelines, and resource requirements.
The TRL scale is a critical project management tool that helps businesses keep track of activities

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Influencer Marketing Trends for Social Media Success

The term “influencer marketing” has likely been mentioned around your strategy meetings. Who in your primary industry has a large and active following to whom they could positively promote your brand to help sell your product or service? No longer a social media fad, influencer marketing is rapidly being integrated

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Lessons Learned from Generational Diversity in the Workplace

Today’s workforce reflects many cross generations working together. These include: The Silent Generation (1925-1945), Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Generation X (1965-1976), Millennials (1977-1995), and Generation Z (1996 and later). While each of these groups bring beneficial skills to the workplace, there tends to be differences in workforce behaviours between the oldest

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