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Product Development and Portfolio Management
The Product Development and Portfolio Management Knowledge Base covers the execution processes of new product development projects and programs, including phase-gate processes. It also addresses...
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2009 July » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

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2009 April » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

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The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 2)
In the first part of this blog, I mentioned that sentiment analysis measures the polarity of opinion—positive, negative, or neutral—regarding a subject, a product, a service, etc. <!--more--> Two main approaches can be used to perform sentiment analysis or text mining: a knowledge-based approach, which uses linguistic models to classify sentiments; and a learning-based approach, which uses

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American Car Makers and Bad Management
In the news, and in a few publications, the Detroit (US) car makers have been blamed for "bad management." I would like to clarify that definition and ask your opinion. But first, my thoughts… <!--more--> An obligation of a business is to respond to customer demands. American customers demanded large SUVs, and gadgets for it that made the SUV a home away from home. What drove SUV sales is the

new business ideas for 2009  MINI Cooper cars and new unknown alternative energy cars are progressing globally – and even in the traditionally gas-guzzling (and gas price oblivious, if not even careless) US market. Luxury, statement-making? vehicles like Hummers, Escalades, and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) are out – and the Big Three US automakers are dying on the vine as we speak. […] “Act Vertical” vs. “Go Extinct” Retailers – Part 1 » The TEC Blog on 30 March, 2009 at 1:05 am # […] The “Big Three” Read More...
Tracking Limitations to Business Policies: Using Compliance-based Solutions as an Opportunity
Risk managers and compliance officials in banking institutions often face problems of how to measure and monitor risk and incorporate risk practices. Solutions to these problems must be linked to decision-making processes, but they also need to increase the speed at which institutions can react to market changes. Can new risk management solutions really deliver compliance in a verifiable, measurable, and timely manner?

new business ideas for 2009  to market changes. Can new risk management solutions really deliver compliance in a verifiable, measurable, and timely manner? Tracking Limitations to Business Policies: Using Compliance-based Solutions as an Opportunity style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Compliance Management/Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance,   Risk Management,   Compliance Management Related Industries:   Finance and Insurance,   Credit Intermediation and Related Activities,   Funds,   Read More...
Are You Comfortable with Your Shortlist?
{democracy:30}If you haven't reached the shortlist stage, you may want to consider doing additional research to uncover vendors and systems that aren't on your radar. Try TEC's Smart Shortlist Wizard (free registration required) to find out which enterprise systems match the profile of your business.

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The Intelligence of Social Media (Part 1)
According to Wikipedia, “social media is online content created for people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies.” These days, networking is very different than it was in the past. A lot of social media services like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, personal blogs, wikis, podcasts, and other types of media content generate big volumes of data. But more importantly, people

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In the News: Gartner Lawsuit
Gartner seems to be in the news a lot lately. First, they announced they will acquire AMR and now we find out that a vendor is suing them for not being included in the Magic Quadrant. I wasn’t surprised to find out that the name of the website where the news was published is techdirt. Another interesting post on the same website caught my attention: five years ago, a woman sued a telecom

new business ideas for 2009  the website where the news was published is techdirt . Another interesting post on the same website caught my attention: five years ago, a woman sued a telecom company because a driver talking on his cell phone caused an accident. The lawsuit was considered ridiculous, and it’s not out of solidarity with our fellow analysts, but I think the one against Gartner is also ridiculous. P.S. For those interested, you can buy techdirt’s silence for $100,000,000 . I guess the big software vendors could afford Read More...
So, Tell Me a Little Bit About Yourself
If you know nothing about a company, you should be able to figure out the bare essentials by visiting its About Us page, right? Turns out this is only true sometimes. When visiting the Digg website, for example. The first line on Digg’s About page is this: "Digg is a place for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web." Neat, huh? One click and sixteen words after

new business ideas for 2009  vendors listed in The New and the Noteworthy: 2008 Vendor Wrap-up , published late last year on this blog. I wasn’t looking for anything spectacular. I only wanted to know, as quickly as possible, what each company does, whom they do it for, and what, if anything, sets them apart. Here’s what I found: The Top 3: Flexi, Oco, and Saba Of the ten pages I looked at, Flexi, Oco, and Saba provided the best examples of what an About Us page should be. Flexi’s About Us page was almost exactly what I wanted Read More...

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