7 rules to secure a contract project role
In a competitive job market, first impressions count more than ever. Finding an ideal fit that offers a win-win for you and your client, and ensuring that you have the right structure to operate by, may be the difference between success and demise as a project contractor.
Getting to know your project contractors
The increasing prevalence of a portfolio career path means individuals are typically no longer loyal to ‘the firm’ but to their particular set of skills. Matthew Franceschini of Entity Solutions presents a picture of what you should expect of these independent project professionals.
Growth in projects leads to interim management roles
Demand for interim managers in Australia has increased steadily, and it is becoming a more attractive and recognised career option as businesses embrace specialist expertise for specific internal projects and restructuring activities, says Richard Dunks.
6 tips for project knowledge transfer
When the project ends and it is time for the project manager/s on contract to finish up, will your permanent staff be ready to take over? Can you be sure they are equipped with the specialist knowledge and insight needed to maintain momentum as the project moves from initiation into the business as usual phase?