In an organization where you are valued based on your results, working from home vs. the office shouldn’t be a big issue. With webcams, Slack, online meeting software, cloud storage, etc., the drawbacks are minimal. Some managers worry about how their remote employees are spending their time. What if they spend half their day binge-watching… Continue reading Working From Home
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Steelray is excited to be the speaker at this evening’s CPM WDC (College of Performance Management, Washington DC) chapter meeting. It’s virtual, so all are welcome regardless of where you’re based. When: Thursday, September 17, 2020, 5:20 – 7:00 pmFree Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cpm-wdc-schedule-performance-exposed-w-brian-leach-tickets-118199011425 Topic: Schedule Performance Exposed: Schedule Delay Analysis Why did the finish data move? How… Continue reading Join Us This Evening
This is the first in a series of explainer videos I’m making while under the stay-at-home order. In the video, we answer the burning question: What’s the true purpose of tools like Microsoft Project and Primavera P6?
I know this is a free plug, but whatever. I’ve been using Grammarly’s free version for a while now, and I made two changes recently. First, I started doing my writing inside of their web application. Second, I upgraded to their premium version. I figured I’d give it a month and see for myself whether… Continue reading Grammarly Premium Rocks
Microsoft Project has a feature called summary tasks. In Microsoft’s world, you take a bottom-up approach to creating your schedule. You create a list of tasks, and when you realize one can be broken up into smaller activities, you create those smaller tasks and indent them (making them subtasks), and your original task becomes a… Continue reading In Microsoft Project, Summary Tasks are Misnamed