What is BI in a project context?

Business Too Intelligent?

by Mike Donoghue

Extending ourselves through online profiles and social channels, we are exposing more of our individuality--and essentially building a virtual persona that others can recognize and use for a number of purposes. When it comes to identity and security, do you feel safe or paranoid?

Business Intelligence as PM Decision Support

by Andy Jordan

Project portfolio management tools are becoming more widespread and more powerful, but are we fully leveraging them as well as we might? There could be some exciting things possible if we combine a PPM database with a BI tool.

Big Data & Project Management: Is There a Point?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Inevitably, the intersection of big data and the idea of the quantified self (the hot movement of the moment) is going to show up in project management. Think of it as the “quantified project” where just about everything about a project can be measured, reported on and managed. Arguably, someone may be trying to invent this very thing right now. But should they?

A More Scientific Approach to Lessons Learned?

by Andy Jordan

Lessons learned is still a bit of a joke in many organizations, a process that is paid lip service without any expectation that any of the lessons will even be shared. Can we improve things with a little science? One PM believes that we need to address two specific elements...

Systematic Decision Making: 4 Questions

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

Guiding a business or a project often comes down to making intelligent data-driven systematic decisions. Being able to answer four questions will help.

The Right Approach to Business Intelligence

by Michael Wood

Successful BI initiatives take more than just people, technology and fancy tools. They require proper levels of engagement of BI teams with key stakeholders; coming to grips with legacy system shortcomings and realities; and a strategically aligned commitment.

BI and the Project Lifecycle

by Mike Tressler, MBA, PMP

Let’s take a broad look at how business intelligence is used in project management to improve performance and focus efforts on activities that garner positive results--focusing on the two phases that get you the quickest results.

Project Financial Management for EVM

by Javed Hasnat
February 27, 2014 | 59:08 | Views: 450 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.49 / 5

This presentation will present the definition and developing of a uniform and repeatable process to plan, manage, and report financial budget data, status of funds, performance, and activities in support of a project or program. It will also provide an integrated financial management solution that is consistent with the Project Plan, Statement of Work (SOW), and Integrated Master Schedule (IMS). The presentation will demonstrate the developing of a process that is flexible and adaptable to adjust with budget changes, spend plan updates, and contract modifications . The presentation will show how to utilize commonly used and widely available office productivity tools such as Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Access

Developing and Maintaining the Performance Measurement Baseline(PMB)

by Gary Humphreys
March 07, 2012 | 45:35 | Views: 527 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.21 / 5

To be able to adequately determine the schedule and cost status on a project, a well-conceived Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB) must be developed. Organizing, scheduling, and applying the proper resources needed to accomplish the work are essential to building and subsequently maintaining a PMB.

5 Tips for Managing Data Science Projects

by Rich Mironov

Data-driven applications are more complicated than most software products, while working with data scientists has some unique challenges. We need to approach these efforts thoughtfully, recognize the patterns, and respect the special talents of each group. Here are five recommendations.



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