Category Archives: Resource management
According to neuroscientists, our brains are wired to enable us, even unconsciously, to make the best possible decisions with the evidence we have available to us. That’s obviously a relief! Studies show that different kinds of decisions involve different parts of the brain. The frontal lobe, an area which is used for planning and reasoning is important for making abstract decisions – deciding what to study at college for instance. Concrete decisions, such as the physical movements you make when you do sport are made at the back of the brain and decisions made using visual information are made in the ‘parietal lobe’. Read More
In this post we wanted to illustrate some of the ways Tempus Resource can be used, and the methods we support to get data in.
Steve’s review details the cutting-edge features of Tempus Resource that aim to make several areas of project and resource management easier. The article provides an overview of the software and the best ways it can be utilized. There is also a message from our VP Greg Bailey in there too, so make sure you check it out.