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Are You a Project Micro Manager?

by Edward P. Youngberg

When you're under pressure to deliver results, sometimes it's tempting to take full control over every task from every team member. Here's the truth: Doing it all yourself isn't ensuring success. It's micro managing, and it's not going to give you the results you want.

The Case for A National Data Warehouse

by Vijay Sankaran

As the world still comes to grips with the tragedy in the United States, one expert in business intelligence argues that a national data warehouse combining all of the law enforcement agencies' criminal activity and suspect data would be a step in the right direction.

A Tale of Two Employees

by Joe Wynne

When a marketplace revolution means some heads must go on the chopping block, protect the self-directed learners and let them eat cake.

A Program Manager's Thoughts After the Attack on America

by Frank Winters

Program management--with its emphasis on clear goals and objectives, leadership and communication, and benefits management coupled with integration and governance--is a powerful framework for keeping ever-threatening chaos at bay.

What NOT to Miss in a Vendor Contract

by Vyom Bhuta

The contract you negotiate with a vendor is probably the most important document in your package selection project. Make sure you're covered on the crucial issue of acceptance and vendor support. Here are some suggestions to help you ensure your contract is solid.

Know Your Enemy

by Geoff Choo

Script kiddies? Worms? Disgruntled chumps? The security risks to your projects may be closer than you think. Know what to lock down and lock out before it's too late.


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