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Program Management 101

by Kathryn M. Denton

Perhaps the biggest mistake of program management is not recognizing when you have a program to begin with. Tune in to program management, where visibility equates to risk and all of the program managers are well above average.

Deployability: The New Business Frontier

by Jeff Schwartz

Deployability is the key to success. Whether you need to bring a new capability or product to market, streamline operations or forge business partnerships, building an architecture that focuses on business deployability is what will set you apart from the competition.

Workforce Activation Phase Schedule

PREMIUM project plan
by Joe Wynne

This schedule is for Workforce Activation, consistent with the JPACE process and a helpful tool for orientation and meeting preparation.

The Y2K2 Crunch Factor!

by Andre Leclerc

Are Web services signaling the death of EAI? Or are we comparing tomatoes with kiwis? Interested yet? (Plus, this story uses the term "CORBA on steroids on a planetary scale." If that doesn't pique your interest, nothing will...)

Guerrilla Tactics (Part 2)

by Joe Wynne

When waves of abrupt layoffs and restructuring attack your project, adapt by switching to these guerrilla tactics to win the battle against low performance.

To Infinity and Beyond!

by George Ball

Paradigm shift, anyone? It's time to focus less on trying to manage knowledge and more on managing the connections that deliver all that data and information in the first place. (Just ask little Roman!)

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