SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
SEEC’s Masters Certificate in Project Management Program was voted the Top Partnership Program at this year’s 40th Annual Conference on Management & Executive Development (CMED) in Austin, Texas, Nov. 16-20. Award officials tipped the submission from the Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan, as one of the top three candidate programs and an Edwards […]Posted on
By David Barrett A project manager’s primary job is to deliver information about his or her project in a timely manner, to the right people, in the right format. Keeping all stakeholders updated on important project information is critical and, in my mind, probably the number one job of a project manager. The best of […]Posted on
By David Barrett Forbes.com recently reported that more than 10,000 US-based baby boomers are retiring every day. Based on a 10-per-cent rule, this would suggest that the number in Canada is about 1000 retirees every day. This report goes on to say, “A recent survey predicted a 30% drop in the number of appropriately aged […]Posted on
By David Barrett Project managers are the best-equipped employees to take on roles as senior leaders. They just need a little training. If you think about the key qualities that make a great leader they would be: a great people person – compassionate;a visionary – can see the big picture and communicate the plan ;a […]Posted on