Recruiting

If you’re finding the recruitment process increasingly complicated, you’re not alone. Companies and head-hunters alike are facing the same challenge. What to do? How can you find the right candidates for your projects? How can you find a job in a company that suits your aspirations? Okazy specializes in recruitment.

We help companies meet their staffing needs so that they can roll out their projects. You can count on our expertise and network of contacts.


Employers

As an employer, you want to meet candidates who will help you grow your company. They need to understand your organizational culture and integrate into your team quickly. How do you go about finding new employees? It all starts with writing an excellent job description. The more precise it is, the more it will help attract high-potential candidates. It will also help set aside candidates whose experience doesn’t match your needs.

Okazy gives you direct access to great candidates. Thanks to our network of contacts, we can bring you exceptional talent without having to go through a pre-selection process.



Candidates

Wondering how to find a new job? First, you need to figure out what you’re looking for. Think of the types of challenges and workload that interest you most, then determine whether these match your previous experience.

Okazy offers jobs and contracts to clients in the Greater Montreal Area. We can help you write a winning resume and prepare you for the different stages of the hiring process.



The 3 leadership magic solutions

The 3 leadership magic solutions

In my experience as a coach, I often have to guide project managers who want to “improve” their leadership. What a complex issue! What is leadership? How can leadership be improved? Is there a magic solution? Why ... read more

The unloved lessons learned

The unloved lessons learned

All references mention the fact that the lessons learned in projects are essential to ensuring future success. PmBok refers to the term “lessons learned” 63 times, while Prince 2 has included the notion as one of their ... read more

Standing out amidst the crowd

Standing out amidst the crowd

In one of my classes, I had an interesting conversation with the students who were all future project managers. Their question was: what is the added value of a project manager?

In a ... read more

Achieving project success, a matter of luck?

I read an article recently and stumbled upon a peculiar question: Does luck really play a role in the success of a project? It reminded me of comparison that Gus Ciala mentioned in an article on leadership: children of bad parents will not all end up becoming offenders and the opposite is also true, good parenting does not prevent children from growing up to be offenders. But this surely does not mean that we should be bad parents... ... read more

The lifelong process of knowledge!

Updating your knowledge and skills is an endless, lifelong process. In a world moving at a rapid pace, keeping up is a challenge in itself. Unfortunately, this pace will not slow down, it will accelerate. Catching up in your training often ends in giving up as the cliché in hockey goes, "playing catch-up hockey will always lead you to defeat." So how do you do to stay relevant in an ever changing world? I am always surprised to see project managers who are nearing the end of their three-year cycle for their PMP and who have not raised the number of PDUs required to stay compliant. Three examples of bad excuses: ... read more
Tired of projects failing?

Tired of projects failing?

Since the 1980s, the workplace has been continually redefining itself. The pace is quick and just getting quicker. Products are relevant for shorter periods of time and we have to constantly fight to keep our clients interested, lest ... read more

Project Manager Stockholm Syndrom

Project Manager Stockholm Syndrom

In 1973, a holdup in a Stockholm bank took an unexpected turn for the worst and an escaped inmate ended up taking three women and one man hostage. Despite their fear and suffering, the victims ended up bonding ... read more

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