Author: Stanley

Does Working Virtually Make You Invisible?

Reader Question: I work within a large IT organization and the people in my department have been given the opportunity to work from home. If I do, does it reduce my opportunities for promotion and/or increase my chances of getting laid off? My Answer: First, thanks for asking. It’s great to get questions from my […]

DoD 5G Strategy Enables JADC2 Connectivity

The Pentagon is working closely with industry and interagency partners on the development of it’s DoD 5G strategy that will provide lightning fast ubiquitous connectivity. JADC2 (Joint All-Domain Command and Control), enabled by 5G connectivity, will allow the military to exchange and synchronize information across systems, services and platforms seamlessly across all domains including air, […]

Cybersecurity Skills Gap: What Your Company Can Do

What is the cybersecurity skills gap and what can your company do about it? Certain ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic will be seared in our minds forever—supply chain disruptions, workforce shortages, and a major shift to virtual work and education. One major effect of the pandemic, though lesser-known, is being felt by I.T. departments in […]

Cybercrime Case Study: Verizon Lessons Learned

Special “privileged” abuse. “The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse.” —Edmund Burke Detection and validation The RISK Team was called in to investigate an insider threat-related data breach.An organization was in the middle of a buyout and was utilizing retention contractsto prevent employee attrition. Based on an anonymous tip from an employee,suspicion was […]

Cyber Security and the New Normal

With recent events, many organizations have quickly switched from onsite offices to a fully remote workforce and with inability to control the spread of this virus at this point some businesses are looking at working remote as a long-term solutionand potentially the new normal. While remote work was growing in popularity before it became a […]

Conflict Management, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

Project-Management.com’s Top 3 Software RecommendationsLet Monday.com work for you.Start Free TrialWork smarter with Wrike.Try for FreeIncrease productivity with Smartsheet.Try Smartsheet for FreeConflict management, problem solving and decision making are topics that are generally considered to be distinct, but are actually interconnected such that they are used together to come up with the most feasible solution. […]

6 Tips for Successfully Handling Conflict

Conflict in the workplace is part of the territory. You can expect disagreements in any environment where different personalities are required work together. Petty disagreements shouldn’t be allowed to fester. Among other things, disagreements can be caused by rival personalities, power struggles and role conflict. The Cost of Workplace Conflict Leadership and conflict go hand-in-hand. […]

Conducting successful gate meetings

Projects do not always come to their end perfectly executed and delivering all of the benefits described in the Business Case at the advertised price. They should be measured every step of the way to ensure that they are following a plan. Our PMP Exam preparation training and project management training equip us with a […]

Compliance Management System

A Compliance Management System (CMS), reduces or eliminates risk from lawsuits, sanctions, noncompliance to government regulations, unfair lending practices, and other forms of litigation. Businesses need a good CMS to be successful in today’s marketplace. However, businesses did not always see compliance with applicable laws as a benefit. Compliance regulation is a result of public […]