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Best Practices at Worker Fingertips (Part 2)

by Joe Wynne

Are key written resources used by project workers stored randomly like in a library with a mad librarian? Toss that library card and use a context-rich intranet repository instead.

Killer Project

by Kathryn M. Denton

Is your shop singing the admin blues? Do you have trouble getting excited about yet another accounting reporting project? Is package integration mayhem reeking havoc on your staff's morale? Are the infrastructure projects outnumbering the business value projects 9 to 1? Read on to learn how to pick the next project with pizzazz that will pull your developers out of the doldrums.

Caught in the Act

by Jody Urquhart

Are your team members doing a good job? Be careful how you say thank you. Here's how to acknowledge people without turning them off.

Don't Forget About Database Design

by Michael Wood

The center of your IT processes usually comes down to databases. This is why it is so important that the PI pros and DBAs learn how to understand each other. Here's where you can start.

What to Look For When Shopping for a CRM Suite

by Firstwave

Do you know what you need in a CRM solution? Here is a checklist to use as a guide to make sure you choose the CRM solution that is right for your company (Adobe Acrobat required).

Year of Bluetooth?

by Sunil Sharma

Bluetooth's recent trip to the dentist brought good news and bad. Read on for more on why this battered wireless technology is still standing--and to find out how it can avoid a root canal.

A New Year, a New Outlook on Your Career

by Miriam Ziemelis

You used to get up in the morning with an extra bit of bounce in your step, knowing that you were going to start your new project. But lately, you have found yourself watching the minutes tick away, hoping your clients or co-workers don't stop by. How do you get out of a slump like this when the Caribbean isn't an option?

Post-Mortem Documentation

PREMIUM deliverable
by Joe Wynne

Make sure no post-mortem details escape you by using this analysis form, designed to help you avoid potential problems with future projects.


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