1. What are “Keywords” And How Do I Use Them In My Resume? Resume keywords are the abilities, skills, expertise, and values that the recruiter is looking for in a candidate. If you don’t have the right amount of them, your resume gets thrown in the software void and never reaches the recruiter. Tip: Pick two to five job advertisements that are similar to the one you are applying for and identify frequently used keywords. [Read More]
Demand for predictability
Have you ever tried to herd cats?
Have you ever tried to herd cats? It’s nearly impossible, because cats tend to be unpredictable. At times, trying to bring predictability to a chaotic project can feel a lot like trying to herd cats. Luckily, AI can help. AI can monitor project performance and feed you the latest data-driven analysis which allows you to make decisions based on more accurate information. It can help you predict deadlines that might be missed, team member productivity, for example, are they falling behind on tasks? [Read More]
A manager's role in leading change
Do you ever feel caught between a rock and a hard place?
Remember when the CEO of Yahoo abolished the work-at-home policy and ordered everyone to work in the office? Now imagine that you are a manager dealing with this change. You’re losing your remote working privileges, telling your team they have to come into the office every day, and you’re supposed to be okay with this. How are you gonna help your team understand the memo from HR that said, “Face-to-face interaction among employees “fosters a more collaborative culture? [Read More]