Category Archives: Change Management

Millennials and Online Information Technology Training

    On Thursday, the front page of the popular humor and commentary website Cracked.com featured a critical response by author Mark Hill to a viral video on the topic of managing young people in today’s workplace. The 15-minute video repeated a number of familiar talking points about the millennial generation, which Hill rejected as overly reductionist.

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    Software Training Courses to Address Payroll Problems

      Although our software training courses are based in California, they are accessible online via anywhere in the world. Indeed, that’s an important feature of Canvas InfoTech: it brings the esteemed online information technology training of the Bay Area to aspiring IT professionals in a variety of regions where local training may not rise to the

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      Always Look for Changes in Online Information Technology Training

        Last week we explained to our readers that ITIL training in California and the USA at large was facing a potential sea change as the originators of the Information Technology Infrastructure Library were planning to unveil a major update known as ITIL Practitioner. We hope that the information was useful to some of those readers

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        Where Your Colleagues Aren’t Going, That’s Where You Are

          Previously on this blog, we talked about how an understanding of the conditions at your company or in your industry can be a major determining factor in deciding upon the types of software training courses, or online IT training courses, or business analyst training you should seek out to put yourself in a position of

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          Help Firms Recover from Data Overconsumption

            Businesses’ emphasis on data has grown steadily and considerable in recent years, leading to what some people regarded as over-consumption of data in 2014. At IT Business Edge, Loraine Lawson predicted that this pattern would lead to a change in 2015, a sort of “data hangover” as businesses come down from the previous year’s data

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            Agile Scrum Methodology vs. Waterfall Methodology

              “Scrum is a simple yet incredibly powerful set of principles and practices that help teams deliver products in short cycles, enabling fast feedback, continual improvement, and rapid adaptation to change. As the leading Agile development framework, Scrum has predominantly been used for software development, but it is also proving to be effective in efforts far

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              All that you ever wanted to know about IT

                Information Technology is all around us. We are surrounded by phones, computers and tablets. We are the consumers of IT, we are the producers of IT. We are IT. But do we really know where is all the data going?  What is happening at the backend? What are we going to see in the next

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                Success is not far from YOU! Here is a quick fix recipe:

                  Ingredients needed for success: 1 smile, chopped Only 1 ½ cups of knowledge infinite ounce of practice unlimited ounces positive attitude 1 pound of people skills generous amount of happiness 2 tablespoons kindness every now and then Directions: Bring a large pot of lightly salted YOU to a boil. Once there is fire in the

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                  Managing Change in Corporate Projects

                    Change management entails thoughtful planning and sensitive implementation and above all consultation with, and involvement of, the people affected by the changes. If you force change on people normally problems arise. Change must be realistic, achievable and measurable. Before starting organizational change, ask yourself: What do we want to achieve with this change, Why, and

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