The close of 2018 offers us the perfect opportunity to reflect on the past twelve months, to take stock, to gauge our successes, our missteps, and opportunities for excelling in the future. You, the clients of Mission Critical Training, are what we measure our success by, and we hope we have helped you to move … Continue reading Happy Holidays from Mission Critical Training
Faster than it seems possible, 2018 is ending, and before we can say “Happy Holidays!” it will be 2019. Now is the time to make sure your 2018 training budget has been fully utilized. Mission Critical Training can help you do that, even if your employees are too busy closing out the year to take … Continue reading Getting ready for 2019!
Depending on the project, accurate and consistent management styles do matter, especially when it comes to finishing a project successfully. Two project management styles that are used regularly are Waterfall and Agile. These two project management styles are quite distinct. Deciding which style to use can be difficult. What are the main differences between these … Continue reading Waterfall vs. Agile Project Management
Most people agree in the value of employee development. From improved morale to reduced turnover, from better productivity to more opportunity to promote from within, offering training to your team is beneficial for everyone, including the company. It can sometimes be difficult, though, to know worthwhile training from off-the-shelf time wasters. There’s more to … Continue reading The Value of our Training
Did you know Mission Critical Training offers prepaid training vouchers? Training vouchers can be redeemed toward class registrations, and are good for a full year. Discounts are available for purchasing multiple vouchers, starting with as few as five! We offer vouchers for all of our training center class formats and locations, including half-day and full-day … Continue reading Training Vouchers Save You Money!
Excel 2019 has many new features to offer users. Some of the features that were only offered in browser mode for Excel 2016, are now available for the Excel 2019 client application, i.e., available on your computer desktop. One such feature is the TEXTJOIN function. Some software requires that information be setup a certain way … Continue reading TEXTJOIN Function in Excel
What do explorers, inventors, and entrepreneurs have in common? They all refused to accept the limitations of the established world. They found or created things that once were only in their imagination. No one likes to be told they can’t do something. When it comes to applications, we can feel like we have to settle … Continue reading Don’t Settle for What You’ve Got
It’s almost here: The busy holiday season. The old song may call it the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, but in reality it can be the most stressful time of year. Year-end projects, family gatherings, office parties, shopping for gifts, holiday baking, and all of that is on top of the usual demands of … Continue reading Managing Stress during the Busy Holiday Season
SharePoint has many uses, besides just document storage. It can be used as a daily intranet site, one that can display many different types of data. If there is enough traffic being driven to your SharePoint site, you can add apps and web parts that allow you to display important announcements, such as the company … Continue reading Adding an Announcement in SharePoint
Scheduling an event in Outlook might be second nature for most, but there are lots of little unfamiliar extras, such as inviting others to the events. In some cases, a user might be in charge of a company Outlook account, which means that all the invites to the company holiday party can be sent through … Continue reading Scheduling an Event in Outlook