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IT Project Risk Assessment
Information technology project risk often comes from non-technical aspects of the initiative. Assessing the impact of technology on people, management systems

project culture  Project Risk Assessment IT Project Risk Assessment J. Dowling - August 22, 2002 Introduction   Information technology project risk often comes from non-technical aspects of the initiative. Assessing the impact of technology on people, management systems and other initiatives is essential to assure project success. We automate problems This department slogan was posted on my office door (the inside) for several months while I and other managers in the department struggled to break out of a string of 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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Weather the Recession with Project ERP
There’s a notable difference between management by project and project management. By using project-centric software, organizations can implement the former and

project culture  in force. Management by project assumes that business is essentially anecdotal, and an economic downturn proves this point. Having the tools to not only make necessary adjustments for a more challenging environment, but that allow for the eventual resurgence of economic activity will yield greater benefits than assuming decreased levels of business represent a new status quo. Technology can provide the visibility of the anecdotal nature of business and facilitate a project-centric approach, but Read More
Top 10 Reasons For Having A Project Kickoff - Part II
You are about to embark on an important project. Whether the project is software or hardware related, it is a good idea to hold a project kickoff meeting. Don’t

project culture  the reaction on the project team can be very positive. Fear and trepidation can be turned into confidence and enthusiasm. 5. Instill Confidence It's appropriate that this reason falls in the middle of the list. The kickoff meeting is all about instilling confidence. You can see it threaded throughout all 10 reasons. However, here we are talking about confidence in the three P's, namely: The Product The Process The Purveyor The Company - Over $350M in FY02 - Traded on NASDAQ - Annual growth rate - 35% - Read More
Keys to Implementing Project Portfolio Management
Project portfolio management (PPM) is a tool-supported process for optimally managing an organization’s “portfolio” of projects. And although PPM can provide

project culture  to Implementing Project Portfolio Management Keys to Implementing Project Portfolio Management If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Project portfolio management (PPM) is a tool-supported process for optimally selecting and managing the organization’s “portfolio” of projects. PPM can provide real value, but many organizations are finding implementing PPM difficult. This paper describes seven keys to success and Read More
Looking for a Great IT VAR or Consultant? Culture Is the Key.
Have you ever been burned by a service provider who promised great service but didn't deliver? You’re not alone. Especially in the IT world, where virtually

project culture  heard about a one-year project that’s now in year five. So imagine how refreshing it was to hear that Midco’s implementation was completed on time and on budget, without any compromises, in under a year! Midco’s consultant really stands out here for the simple fact of having done what they said they were going to do when they said they were going to do it. Following Up According to Bob, even though Midco hasn’t done any major business with the consultant since the SAP implementation went live, Read More
IT Project Management Tools: MS Project and Its Alternatives (Part 1)
In a previous blog post, I wrote about the Project Manager’s role and some of the constraints that affect the daily life of a PM, namely: scope, time, and cost.

project culture  Project Management Tools: MS Project and Its Alternatives (Part 1) In a previous blog post , I wrote about the Project Manager’s role and some of the constraints that affect the daily life of a PM, namely: scope, time, and cost. This post will focus on some of the tools a PM uses on a day-to-day basis (and why), and some of the limiting factors that these tools present. In order to understand the use of PM tools it is essential to have an understanding of the PM’s role in the area of software Read More
Project Portfolio Management for Internal IT
Project portfolio management (PPM) has become a critical component in the IT business lexicon. It provides structure and consistency to the process associated

project culture  Management for Internal IT Project portfolio management (PPM) has become a critical component in the IT business lexicon. It provides structure and consistency to the process associated with the planning, prioritization, management, and control of project portfolios. By using PPM, IT departments can align their IT and business strategies and improve performance in project-based work, and enhanced corporate governance. Read More
Are You Ready for the Project Economy?
The multitude of messages and media in this interactive age contributes to a fragmented consumer goods market. Shorter product life cycles, mass product

project culture  You Ready for the Project Economy? Are You Ready for the Project Economy? If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. In the new Project Economy , the ability to bring high-quality products to market more rapidly is driving many companies to engage contract engineering firms such as Rampart Global to handle entire engineering processes, just as they did with manufacturing processes in years past. Source : IFS Resources Related to Read More
7 Ways Service Culture Can Drive Revenue
Every field service manager and executive strives for the same goal: delight customers while increasing profits. But achieving this holy grail of field service

project culture  Ways Service Culture Can Drive Revenue Every field service manager and executive strives for the same goal: delight customers while increasing profits. But achieving this holy grail of field service often proves elusive. Why? Because service companies often take a tactical perspective to solving issues while ignoring cultural changes that are equally important. Know 7 ways to build a strong culture in your service business so you can achieve your business goal. Read More
What Is the Health of My Project?
We all know about the three monkeys: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. But as project managers, we need to control our projects. In order to do this, we

project culture  no evil. But as project managers, we need to control our projects. In order to do this, we must ignore the advice of the three monkeys. We need to see the potential for cost overruns, hear about the risks, and speak about the likelihood of failure. 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

project culture  and Evaluate PPM or Project Portfolio Management Software TEC Helps Companies Compare, Select, and Evaluate PPM or Project Portfolio Management Software Montreal, Canada - December 20, 2005 Enterprise software analyst firm Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) recently launched its Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Evaluation Center, to help project managers, consultants, and decision makers compare the most qualified PPM systems based on their own, unique priorities. Leading industry analyst research Read More
Seven Steps to Building a High-Impact Learning Culture
Want to build a high-impact learning culture in your organization? This executive brief outlines the key steps in building an organizational culture that

project culture  Steps to Building a High-Impact Learning Culture Want to build a high-impact learning culture in your organization? This executive brief outlines the key steps in building an organizational culture that nurtures learning and helps employees live up to their fullest potential. Read More
ERP vs Project-Based Solutions - Which is Right for You?
Are project-based solutions (PBS)—a new type of ERP for complex, engineer-to-order companies facing rapid change—right for you?

project culture  vs Project-Based Solutions - Which is Right for You? Are project-based solutions (PBS)—a new type of ERP for complex, engineer-to-order companies facing rapid change—right for you? Read More
Why Project Portfolio Management Is a Must-have Strategic Asset in a Down Economy
Project portfolio management (PPM) software can provide a dynamic decision-making process for assessing projects such as portfolios, prioritizing projects, and

project culture  Project Portfolio Management Is a Must-have Strategic Asset in a Down Economy Project portfolio management (PPM) software can provide a dynamic decision-making process for assessing projects such as portfolios, prioritizing projects, and allocating limited resources to meet key organizational objectives. Using PPM can also help you better align and manage your people, projects, and processes—giving you the ability to react quickly to change and minimize risk in the current declining market. Read More
5 Steps to Per-person, Per-project Profitability
The most effective project managers know that accounting for the effort, cost, and profitability of each person or project is the best way to succeed—and doing

project culture  Profitability The most effective project managers know that accounting for the effort, cost, and profitability of each person or project is the best way to succeed—and doing so is not as hard as you might think. The process will take you from where you probably are right now (the state we affectionately term “chaos”) to a prosperous state of order—and will also save your organization financial resources and valuable employee time. Read More
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