Introducing LovePS Project Management Training

LovePS is thrilled to introduce our Project Management Online Training Program. We are offering a variety of project management training courses, ranging from Lunch and Learns to a full 35-hour certification course that meets the requirements for eligibility to write the Project Management Professional (PMPĀ®) exam. Our first online offering of the PMP course will run 1 May to 29 June and we are offering a one-time only cost-recovery rate: $250 for 35-hour certification course $200 for training without certification With a regular price of $750, this course includes: full access to the online training course for 60 days weekly conference calls to review key concepts and […]

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Last Chance for Tickets to Accessory to a Change

GlobalTV did a piece Tuesday on Accessory to a Change 2017, with host Lana Wickstrom and LovePS’s Stacey Love. Get your tickets by Sunday at bpwsaskatoon.com.

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How New Budgets are Affecting Your SR&ED Credits

Canada, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia have all mentioned the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) tax credits in their new budgets. So how do these affect your Western Canadian business? Some Background

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To be or not to be… a Mentor!

When most of us think about a Mentor, we think about a formalized relationship, where an experienced person helps a newbie learn the ropes. We expect formal relationships, often employers and professional organizations institute or even mandate them for a specific purpose. But as Betty-Ann Heggie so aptly pointed out last week at a talk to the Business and Professional Women of Saskatoon, this is a very narrow definition of a very important concept. We all work with different types of mentors every day. If we don’t recognize the support these people provide, then how can we fully realize the benefits of a […]

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Do your project kickoffs build teams or just projects?

The sports metaphors prevail throughout project management. We call our project staff “teams” and we “coach” employees rather than managing them, but are these names appropriate to the way we actually work? As a project manager, have you truly fostered the TEAM environment? There are a few simple clues that can help you to recognize how your “team” feels about this question:

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