Back after some days and feeling good! Hope you are too! Today I want to discuss about comfort zone because I was feeling that I was in my comfort zone since last month or so and I am working on it to get rid of it. There are so many things I learned/observed when I was in … Continue reading Your Comfort Zone is Your Enemy!
We all love to be professionals, don’t we? But believe me that can’t be easily achieved with just wearing suit every day or just completing a couple of tasks on time. To become successful at your job, professionalism is one of the most important aspects. Professionalism is very vital if you want to get ahead, … Continue reading 5 Ways to Be Professional at Work
“Having a good start to the day where you have greater control is critical in achieving better results, and ultimately greater career success,” says Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and author of Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant. Hope you all have realized that “How we begin our morning often sets the tone and our … Continue reading 5 Tips for a Fabulous Workday
Between Diwali and Christmas many of us will be planning to take a break from work. As a project manager, you are an integral part of the team so you have to make sure your project runs smoothly. Where it is not only for project managers but for developers or testers or any other team … Continue reading 4 Things to Do Before Going on Vacation
“If you work just for money, you’ll never make it, but if you love what you’re doing and you always put the customer first, success will be yours.” – Ray Kroc. In today’s competitive world every one desires to be customer focused and that is the most effective way of standing out from the rest … Continue reading Creating a Customer- Oriented Culture
Lessons Learned is one of my favourite activities in the overall project management process as it teaches me a lot of things like: what to do and what not to before starting the next project. It provides ready-made library to use as a reference for what not to do. No matter how well you have planned … Continue reading Value of Lessons Learned in Project Management
There are so many role involves in Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) and it is next to impossible to assign responsibility against all roles within the development team and this is where initiative comes into picture. Quality is one of the main factor in SDLC as it has direct relation with end users and when we … Continue reading Quality is everyone’s responsibility