Digital accessibility refers to the practice of designing and developing digital products, services and content in a manner that guarantees their usability and accessibility by individuals with disabilities and impediments.
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Think about what you love; hedgehogs, standing next to a clean stream, your family and community, the security of having a job – how much do you love it? How would you describe that love, that desire, to someone or to an alien visiting? Sadly, these ideas aren’t guaranteed anymore.
Research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) finds that 30% of menopausal women have experienced being unable to go into work because of their symptoms, with only one-quarter feeling able to tell their manager the real reason.
Project uncertainty: a phrase often mentioned but is it truly understood? The APM defines uncertainty as “A state of incomplete knowledge about a proposition.
With political party conference season at an end, I want to reflect on the implications for projects and programmes, and the people who deliver them.
Whether employees understand IT or dread using it, getting digitally savvy can't be avoided in today's workplace.
Project managers have to deliver project quality alongside meeting stakeholders' expectations.
In today's rapidly evolving world, project professionals' success in delivering projects relies on their knowledge base, shaped by established best practices.
Project Management can be high stress work.
What are your first thoughts when you hear the word “dyslexic”? Poor spelling? Can’t read? Stupid? It’s ok if that’s what you think because it’s a common misconception.