Your project sponsor has disappeared and you need him for information, for decision-making, for tasks, and direction? But he is otherwise detained. Here are three strategies for keeping your disappearing project sponsor available to...
With marketing taking a growing slice of the IT budget and the rise of shadow IT, some people are asking if IT is still needed. See how to harness the power of vision to increase the relevance of IT to the C-suite.
Risk planning is critical, but it won't safeguard your project or your data or your customer from everything. Somethings you just can't plan for -- so you need to be ready to respond quickly and efficiently.
Using process-centric project plan designs tends to obscure clear communication. Deliverable-centric project plans better support clear communications, make data extraction easier for reporting and enable project manager flexibility...
There’s been a lot of discussion about the 270% ROI Windows Server 2012 offers –and that’s significant. But let’s go beyond the numbers to see what else R2 has to offer.
The Windows Server 2012 R2 upgrade is exactly what you need
Project management pros share their top tips for getting workers to use project management software more efficiently and effectively – from entering project updates to leveraging more advanced features.
Doing a detailed requirements analysis before selecting enterprise software helps identify best-fit software and reduces implementation risks. This article answers the question of how much detail should be in those requirements.
Is your organization actively accommodating for chaos or are you simply working to get rid of it? Chaos comes in many forms, some external and some as unintended effects from other internal actions. Actively accommodating for chaos...
Who would have anticipated that the webcam – a ten-dollar product designed for video chats – would play a vital role in keeping manufacturing operations running?
In a recent study, more than 130 leading manufacturers provided