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Task Leads: A Shared Approach to Project Management

In principle, project management is simple. Many know it to be a balancing act of time, cost, and quality with the goal of achieving certain defined objectives. In practice, however, project management can be complex. There are countless different methods, strategies, and tactics, and conflicting views on which approach is best. Every project is unique, and the …

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Lessons from 2020: Re-imagining a more sustainable, resilient, and empathetic future

“There’s a common saying among us Inuit, Tamanna Anigutilarmijuq, which means “This too shall pass.” I took solace in this thought. And in the belief that these moments, when life seems to be breaking down, often signal that we are on the edge of a breakthrough in our lives.” ―Siila Watt-Cloutier, The Right to Be Cold …

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All in the Same Boat: Developing Workplace Policies as a Team

When you think of the phrase “start-up company” a variety of images might pass through your mind, maybe you picture the romanticized techie dorm room or garage beginnings, or you might think of a darker picture of working long hours in service of an vision that may not happen . What is the reality? Your perspective might be different …

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So You Want to Talk About Environmental Justice

Warren County, 1982—rural, low income, and predominantly black. North Carolina announced their intention to move illegally contaminated soil from state roadsides to a newly constructed hazardous waste landfill in the small town of Afton. The decision sparked six weeks of marches and street protests during which more than 500 people were arrested, including civil rights leader Benjamin F. …

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