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Presenting Your Business Case to Management

PREMIUM presentation
by Michael Wood

Presenting a winning business case with the right amount of the right information for the right audience is the key to getting approval and funding for your project! Here is a presentation that will give you the fine points on how to do just that.

Presenting Your Business Case to Management (Japanese Translation)

PREMIUM presentation
by Michael Wood

Presenting a winning business case with the right amount of the right information for the right audience is the key to getting approval and funding for your project! Here is a presentation that will give you the fine points on how to do just that. This download has been translated into Japanese.

Rules of the Road to CRM Success

by Geoff Choo

Driving from point A to point B might require a map, but driving customers to your business requires much more. Creating and sustaining successful CRM solutions requires commitment from your entire organization and a single, clearly defined implementation roadmap.

Partnership Management 101

by Tom Keenze

In today's complex business structures, maintaining relationships with partners is an important part of ulitmately serving your end users. Now it's time to talk about PRM.

How Far Have We Come, Really?

by Vijay Sankaran

There's no denying that BI has evolved somewhat over the last five years, but still the industry is feeling stagnant. Why haven't we seen bigger leaps?

Do You Have Permission for That?

by Sunil Sharma

E-mail marketing may look a lot like spam, but when you have permission from your customers, it becomes a very effective targeted marketing tool.

Dot-coms: Don't Make Me Go Back!

by Miriam Ziemelis

You cringe as you pick up the phone to ask a friend if there are any positions available in their "corporation." It was only yesterday that you were scoffing at them for staying in the politically entrenched corporate America instead of joining the ranks of the dot-commers. It's been a fun ride, but now for some of techies, it has turned real scary, real fast. Sure, you were used to seeing dot-com start-ups fold, but you had chosen wisely. You had researched the company, their product and the financing involved, so how could this happen and more importantly, now what? Is corporate America the same place you remember? I think not.

Improving Project Team Performance

by Edward P. Youngberg

If you've done a good job putting your team together, you probably won't have to worry about poor performance, but sometimes it happens that a team member isn't really working up to expectations. Don't let one bad apple spoil your project.

Workplace Violence Prevention Self-Audit and Checklist

PREMIUM checklist
by Joe Wynne

You've read the paper and seen enough television reports to make you wonder if workplace violence could happen to you. This template is designed to help you identify whether your immediate area is following best practices to minimize risk from workplace violence. Answers of No or Don't Know point to potential areas of concern.

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