In2 Project Management

In2 Project Management

In2 Project Management is a proud supporter of Gippsland Business Connect. Working in partnership to grow, promote and connect the local business community.

In2 Project Management is a proud supporter of Gippsland Business Connect. Working in partnership to grow, promote and connect the local business community.

Gippsland Business Champions

Our vision is to enable our local business community to create more value and solve their own problems.


Our mission is to inspire people to become Lean thinkers, build capability within to provide more fulfilling work and continued personal development.

 

Neil Betts | Director | In2 Project Management

Neil Betts

Expert Articles from Gippsland Business Champions

ATO knuckles down on cash-only businesses

ATO assistant commissioner Peter Holt reiterated previous commentary from the ATO that cash is increasingly giving way to digital payment methods due to their convenience, and as such, businesses that operate solely in cash can actually be limiting their sales capacity. “Outlets that demand cash from customers may also be missing out on business from…

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5 Simple Strategies to Prevent Burnout in the Workplace.

It is normal to feel stressed at work from time to time. However, for some people, the stress becomes chronic and consuming. This is known as burnout. The World Health Organisation has officially added “Burnout” to its International Classification of Diseases. The signs and symptoms of burnout are listed as: Feelings of exhaustion Feelings of…

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Five steps to great collaboration on every project

I recently read the following article from the Association for Project Management by Brad Egeland and thought it was worth sharing. The article reads: Wouldn’t it be nice if we knew we could have perfect collaboration on every project we were managing. from now till the end of time? Or at least till we all decided…

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Why start a local business group?

I have always been involved in community things. I think I joined my first council advisory group, when I was in high school, aged of 16. Fast forward to my return to Gippsland and I was living in Mirboo North for only 12 hours before I was on a committee. Recently I’ve cut back to…

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