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    Management Tools are Required to be a Successful Consultant

    James Nagy - 1379 Article rating: No rating

    As consultants, we are professionals who use knowledge, expertise and processes to deliver significant change and improvement for our clients. Consulting is more than giving advice. It’s plan, action and execution. Like any trade, there are challenges. Balancing multiple different clients and projects, traveling for work, meeting deadlines and executing plans are all part of the job description. This is why, in order to be a successful consultant, management tools are required.
     

    How to Find Time to Strategize in Business

    James Nagy - 3063 Article rating: No rating

    How do you carve out time to strategize? Your day is so busy doing. When do you have time to plan? Successful projects aren’t just comprised of one task after another that have fallen out of the sky. They are the result of serious strategizing, goal making and then task execution. So, when do you have time in your schedule that isn’t given to something else to disconnect, unplug and strategize?
     

    Strategic Planning: Making the Process Worthwhile

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    Each new year brings a fresh onslaught of annual strategic planning. Most businesses have some adaptation of collecting data, making projections and making goals for the year ahead. No process is perfect, but there are ways to make the most of this valuable practice. Although strategic planning is necessary, it’s not often executed properly or effectively. 
     

    Effective Time Management: Spend Your Time on an Agenda Instead of in Reaction Mode

    James Nagy - 3061 Article rating: No rating

    Time management can often turn into a slippery slope initiative. No matter what your role in an organization is, when you have a lot on your plate and you need to prioritize exactly what it is that your time and focus should be on, you start running into issues. Scheduling every component of your day into five minute segments isn’t realistic. Life happens. Leaving your day up in the air leaves you in an endless cycle of reaction to problems as they pop up. So, where is the sweet spot?
     

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