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Efficient Project Management
Successfully meeting today’s business challenges requires effective project management. How well your organization manages projects, tracks costs, and

on line project management  have a big impact on your bottom line. But if your company still relies on traditional, stand-alone project management applications, most likely you lack the end-to-end process support you need to ensure success. Read More...
PPM for Professional Services Automation
A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Professional services automation (PSA) refers to a system designed to streamline an...
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Project Management Office: Framework Strategy
IT initiatives driven within silos, where each department maintain its own project management office, inhibits the overall cohesiveness and effectiveness of

on line project management  impact of project outcome on the project requirements is the focus of this goal. Capital expenditures, project duration, expected costs and benefits, and human resource utilization all affect the long-term achievement of the executive team business decisions. Executive Sponsorship It is critical for executive management support initiating, promoting, and funding a PMO initiative. A strong sponsor is required to ensure the successful implementation of a PMO. The sponsor is expected to establish the Read More...
Yes or No: The Two Models for Implementing Project Portfolio Management
Two models exist for implementing project portfolio management (PPM) systems: the engagement profitability model, and the budget alignment model. The former

on line project management  delivery on time and on budget. The PPM view of project success is when projects contribute the most value relative to their cost and relative to other potential project investments. When everyone is aligned with the goals of optimizing performance and value, the project portfolio delivers the greatest returns. The Two Models For PPM There are two models for implementing a PPM system: The engagement profitability model The budget alignment model In the engagement profitability model, projects and Read More...
The Return on Investment of IP Telephony Management
Managing a newly deployed voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) integration project is not as easy as some IT managers believe it to be. Delivering voice traffic

on line project management  long-term engagements. Actual dollar-spend on IP telephony management in displayed in Table 2: IP Telephony Management Budgets, Page 4. Costs can range from $25,000 for small companies, to $50,000 for midsize companies, to several hundred thousand dollars for large companies and as much as $2 million for global enterprises. It’s imperative to get this line item into the request for proposal right away—and to use these tools during the configuration and implementation. As our research demonstrates, Read More...
TEC Helps Companies Compare, Select, and Evaluate PPM or Project Portfolio Management Software
Enterprise software analyst firm Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently launched its Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Evaluation Center, to help project

on line project management  qualified PPM systems based on their own, unique priorities. Leading industry analyst research predicts that “through 2005, as a result of continued market penetration of enterprise application suite vendors, project portfolio management will maintain its high growth, averaging between 35% and 50% year over year.” (Gartner, 2003) In response, software evaluation firm, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) ( http://www.TechnologyEvaluation.Com/press ) created its Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Read More...
KronosWorks 2011: Beyond Time Clocks for Modern Workforce Management
Kronos, the company that introduced the first micro-processor time clock in the 1970s, knows how tricky workforce management (WFM) can be. In this article, TEC

on line project management  about its future based on the prospects of up- and cross-selling to its large install base in North America (which is admittedly a so-called “replacement market”) and brand new customers in emerging markets. The company has been doing extremely well in North America, particularly in the manufacturing sector, and perhaps contrary to conventional wisdom, has had double-digit growth in China, the Middle East, and Brazil, and solid performance in the UK and Australia. Kronos has reached about 70 percent Read More...
10 Principles for Knowledge Management Success
Knowledge management (KM) can mean different things to an organization depending upon the nature of the initiative. KM is not a technology or set of

on line project management  their expertise with everybody on the team. Each party will have a unique motivation to embrace knowledge management. For example, in a technical support environment, a frontline tech will have a different motivational schema than a 3rd level technician. The frontline tech is not going to have to ask the 2nd line tech as many questions, and can resolve more problems faster. The 2nd level tech is not going to get as many of the common questions. Level 3 researchers won’t have to start at ground zero Read More...
Performance Management-What the Mid-market Can Learn from Large Enterprises
Performance management allows companies to align business activity with corporate objectives. This research examines the different levels of business

on line project management  and technologies used. Key recommendations are drawn for mid-market businesses to increase the value they derive from performance management. Read More...
Portfolio Management
Portfolio management provides insight into what is the best way to distribute resources among the various innovative options/projects to ensure that a maximum

on line project management  way to distribute resources among the various innovative options/projects to ensure that a maximum yield is realized against acceptable risks; there is a good fit between the projects and the various strategic themes; and there is a good mix between the various types of projects. Read this paper to learn about the different approaches used n portfolio management. Read More...
Unified Performance Management: The Key to Successful Performance Management
Managing performance requires that business and IT, working collaboratively, develop a vision of how to integrate information and technology to improve the

on line project management  processes, and then act on that vision. Using common performance management (PM) tools and systems—designed to ensure the effective use of consistent information—is critical to the success of the business. Find out why. Read More...
LCMS Exposed! Understanding the Differences between Learning Management and Learning Content Management
The Cost of Learning—a Very Brief HistoryTraining (or learning) has always been viewed as a cost center (representing a cost of doing business similar to

on line project management  can now put learning on their list of top priorities—right in line with their talent management initiatives. What’s the Difference between an LMS and an LCMS? An LCMS can be defined as “a multi-user environment where learning developers can create, store, re-use, manage, and deliver digital learning content from a central object repository.” While LMSs deal with the management, tracking, and reporting of learning activities and learners, LCMSs are all about the development, management, and Read More...
Systems Management Buyer's Guide
Enterprises of all sizes struggle to find and deploy effective systems management solutions. In the solution evaluation process, they need to weigh feature

on line project management  deploy effective systems management solutions. In the solution evaluation process, they need to weigh feature/function criteria along with less tangible characteristics in order to make an appropriately calibrated decision. Download this guide from Dell KACE for a comprehensive feature/function checklist, as well as additional considerations for evaluating systems management solutions. Read More...
Performance and Compensation Management at the Core of Human Capital Management?
Strategic human capital management (HCM) solutions can help organizations transform their people into a competitive advantage by aligning managers and employees

on line project management  while placing low performers on a performance improvement plan. One illustration could be at an apparel retailer that often fell short of expectations with the launch of a new line of jeans, which prompted it to decide to test market jeans fitters who had been trained through e-learning about the products, how to fit jeans on women, and how to give the best advice. The project purportedly returned a 75 percent increase in revenue, since the fitters began receiving an incentive every time a pair of jeans Read More...
Core HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management
Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data,

on line project management  HR Systems: Flawless Execution Enabling Strategic HR Management Human resources (HR) professionals are tasked with ensuring employee needs are fulfilled and employer interests are protected. Management of core employee data, such as record-keeping, time and attendance, and payroll processing, is a cornerstone of every HR operation, and the way companies collect and maintain such data is critical. Find out what core HR management capabilities and systems today’s companies are using. Read More...

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