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May 2015 Article Roundup

Looking to expand your knowledge related to accreditation, higher education, program management, or performance management? Every month, we will share a short list of articles or resources from around the web that may be interesting and valuable to NASPAA-accredited programs. 214 more words

Monthly Roundup

Organize This

Imagine your organization has no formal structure. There are no named managers or supervisors. Authority is shared and administered by peers. Teams doing the actual work of the organization make all decisions about what is important and how to pursue their goals. 900 more words

Leading Organizations

Procrastination! Um, Ah, Hm. Let me see.......

Hi Readers and Faithful Followers. As promised this post answers the question posed by the last reader, Yours in Limbo  about procrastination as part of a bigger query re decision  making. 460 more words

Ideas on Execution

I would say an “Ideas” on Execution and because everyone has certain Idea of how to execute things. Now , I would not talk about execution done or tried and tested things like for example in Manufacturing setup where one needs to execute same thing repeatedly; where execution is not an Idea, but a process – tested and verified. 736 more words

Project Management

Biases Affecting Perception and Decision Making

Cognitive biases are a pattern of behavior that reflects a deviation in judgment that occurs under particular situations. Biases develop as filters or shortcuts that help us perceive information quickly in a manner that turns out to be beneficial to a decision-making process. 616 more words


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Interesting Read!!

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Staying On Top Of Things-A Guide To First Year Living Off Campus

With the current academic year coming to a close and move-in day to your new apartment getting closer, it is time to prepare for the big move. 757 more words