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7 employment trends your resource management tool must accommodate

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The way we work today is changing fast. Technology is radically altering how employees can do their jobs, automation is removing the need for humans to conduct certain repetitive and simplistic tasks and younger generations have come to expect more flexible working styles. Successfully adapting to these employment trends will ensure your company attracts the best talent, can become more innovative and productive, and ensure you utilize your resources in the most effective way. Your resource management tool should help you adapt to these new trends, allowing you to be ever more proactive in the way you manage resources.

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Get proper resource management — no more Excel!

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Your business processes, projects and ultimately profits, depend on your resources. So, it makes sense to leverage cutting edge technology to manage them most efficiently so they go further for your organization. At ProSymmetry, we hold regular webinars to showcase just how useable and powerful our leading resource management solution, Tempus Resource, is for your business, no matter your size. Read More

Bridging the gap between project management strategy and implementation

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Consistent planning and business strategy implementation are essential for any organization; from keeping up with competitors to adjusting to market trends and just about any other business-related functionality in between. However, studies show that there is a worryingly high failure rate when businesses go from forming a strong PPM project management strategy to successfully implementing it. Read More

How much can you save with a resource management plan

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Like any valuation exercise, attaching an estimate of value from a resource management plan or a portfolio management system can be challenging.  There are so many techniques and so many variables; oftentimes, the credibility of those variables and their underlying assumptions can quickly be challenged. Other techniques involve non-quantifiable assumptions around relative value. Again, these techniques are prone to simplifying assumption bias.  In my opinion, we need a quantitative approach to do this right and – as famed consultant Peter Drucker once said – “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.”

So, before selecting a method and running the numbers, let’s look at why people seek out resource management plan software.  In general, we see a demand for:

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