Cashing in on business intelligence presents a wealth of opportunity to the financial services industry.
You searched for: ∨derBy=RANK∨derBy=RANK (∨DERBY=RANK∨DERBY=RANK)
20907 items found
If a picture's worth a thousand words, your expert knowledge is certainly worth a couple bucks. Instead of thinking about making money, why not make money thinking?
Believe it or not, it is possible to use an established PI model effectively, without sacrificing your project's needs.
In high school, you may have learned that pi is equal to roughly three and change. Now that you're a PM professional, you know that PI is worth a whole lot more than that. Despite the popularity of Process Improvement these days, there hasn't been much discussion of the schedules, costs and real value of bringing your software development to the highest levelsuntil now.
The corporate IT shop is no longer the sole supplier of information technology. Rather, it's one link in an ever-expanding chain of external suppliers and outsourcers. Technology and business are blending more than ever, suggesting that a purely technocratic view of IT is highly misleading.
If you build it, they will comebut what exactly are you building, and who do you want to show up?
Take it easy on your app server--there are ways to build an architecture without piling everything on this one component.
When you really want to get to know someone, one-to-one is the best way to do it. That goes for getting to know your customers, too.
Silicon Valley marketing executive Phil Carpenter examines how six companies have developed powerful Internet brands.
Based on interviews with those at the forefront of the e-business revolution, this book provides executives with a roadmap for leading their companies through the transition from business to e-business.