The project sponsor is your project's champion. This guideline will help you pick the right person for this important job.
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Here is a solid outline of a plan for testing individual development components in context with the overall system.
Do you need to put together a high-level risk assessment? Here's an example that will not only itemize the project risks, but will help you quantify them before you begin your development cycle.
From time to time, subcontractors come in handy--to fill out your team or to fulfill contract requirements. But, beware: A bad subcontractor can do way more harm than good.
The market's in an uproar, and tech companies are more unstable than ever. How do you know if your BI tool vendor will still be in business when you really need it?
Abraham Lincoln did away with slavery in the United States in 1863, so why are some project managers all but sold at auction? Here's one woman's story of a year in virtual chains and the lessons that have set her free at last.
The "geeks" are getting off the bench and scoring big in the world of all-star project teams.
Okay--here's your chance to spill your guts--everything you ever wanted to know about project management but were afraid to ask.
Here's some real affirmation for you. When it comes to preserving your ROI, the power is in your capable hands. Capers Jones has outlined why the success of IT projects--especially big IT projects--depends not only on project management tools, but on the quality of the project managers themselves. Remind someone who needs reminding, or frame it for your office.
BI isn't an official Olympic event (yet), but if you want to go for the gold on your next project, you're going to need some world-class players.