What data should you keep in a Data Warehouse and why? This form helps you identify the needed data and its associated characteristics in relation to your business requirements.
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Are you a leader or a laggard? According to Software Productivity Research, software tools can make the difference between projects that stand out ahead of the crowd and those that are limping behind.
Here's a toolkit full of planning templates for instituting and managing organizational change and enrolling sponsors in your project.
Inside the Overvalued World of High-Tech Stocks--and What you Need to Know to Avoid the Coming Shakeout
The Internet Bubble is the story of the turbulent world of high-tech stocks, a place where fortunes are made and lost in a day. This book uncovers the inner workings of an industry that increasingly thrives on greed and hype. It shows who is really getting rich, and how they use small investors to finance their empires.
After over twelve years of field research and development, HELIX's time is now. It has been used to help many companies. By applying the HELIX Factor companies can: build measurable objectives, replace arbitrary cost cutting measures, generate employee commitment to improvement and teamwork, enhance learning opportunities, and integrate Ideas from top management to line employees. Learn how to build better, faster, more profitable business processes .
A revolutionary workplace-tested method for improving how all businesses and organizations operate. Through 17 basic principals, a company can successfully plan, conduct and enhance its business processes and deliver massive value to its customers, owners and employees.
A handy spreadsheet for recording Data Warehouse QA issues, from data transformation to report generation problems.
Here's a template, with attached examples, for testing your Data Warehouse canned queries (analytical reports).
Boost the efficiency and quality of your software projects at every stage with this application-oriented guide to metrics and methods for managing manage software development and maintenance.
A book about the power of goodness and how positive management can happen. The author Edward M. Marshall champions workers as irreplaceable assets and slams short-term change initiatives that all too often shortchange employees by destroying morale.
No SurprisesProject Management details a simple, commitment-based framework that allows program managers, project managers and team leaders to systematically apply a few rules at multiple levels, releasing them from the "vicious cycle" of project performance mediocrity and leading them towards a cycle of excellent performance. This book is authored by Timm Esque, former project manager and internal performance consultant at Intel Corporation.