Today it is increasingly common to find us in multitasking condition, because the technology at our disposal invites us to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, for example, the possibility of keeping several windows open simultaneously on the desktop, which is the first development of the paradigm of direct manipulation (Schneiderman, 1998), allows us to perform many different tasks at the same time.
It is well known that physically active people are healthier, happier and live longer than those who lead a sedentary life and this would be especially true for those suffering from arthritis. Inactivity can have several negative effects from type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
In every company there is someone that creates Excel files with VBA macros and that wants to protect his work. There is no documentation and none knows the password. What we can do? We can crack the password!
Expediting is necessary when schedule changes cannot be accommodated by enterprise resources planning, safety stock, or other tools used to organize production. The rest of the time, it is nothing more than a crutch being leaned on by weak managers.
Often the choice of software or platform software catches us unprepared and we tend to try the most expensive or the most famous software, or we trust the opinions of a colleague or the choices made by other well known companies. Alternatively someone rely on the consultant of the day who usually tends to show the best of his product and to hide the dark sides that so cleverly his company will settle with a certain ad hoc development of course not cost free.
The choice of the software or software platform often catches us off guard. Someone opt for the most expensive software or the most famous one, other people rely on the colleague experience, on choices made by other known companies or on the consultant on duty who usually tends to always show the best of its product and to hide the dark side that so cleverly he will settle with a certain ad hoc development (of course not cost free).
Why our projects do not reach the hoped conclusion, and why we cannot carry out activities as planned? Why our resources do not have enough time to devote to the project and the documents are always different? Every project manager experience these problems!
How to manage successful projects!
Many of us do not see themselves as project managers, but the company projects involve us and our organizations every day. A layout changing, a new line implementation, a new department construction, the organization change are some examples of projects that could involve us. The seven key elements for the success of a project are: