Trends on the horizon point to a renewed focus on the alignment of IT operations and strategic business goals. In addition, competition in all markets will continue to place pressure on both optimization and innovation. Savvy professionals can stay ahead of the curve by keeping the following project management trend predictions in mind.
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Key Processes Outputs in Successfully Managing a Customer Data Integration (CDI) Solution Implementation Projectby
Customer data integration (CDI) enables an enterprise to create and use a “single version of truth about their customers”; this single version of truth is one of the requirements needed to support fundamental transformation of an enterprise from an account-centric business to a new, effective, and agile customer-centric business—a transformation that has a profound impact on the way organizations conduct business and interact with their customers.
A project management office can operate on a continuum, from providing project management support functions in the form of training, software, standardized policies and procedures to actual direct management and responsibility for achieving the project objectives. Here, we look at some of the key responsibilities and features of a typical PMO.
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Keys for Agile Co-Evolution of the WBS and Schedule Network: The "Schedule Network 100 Percent" Rule and the "Add and Prune Dependencies" Algorithmby
The pressure for greater agility in project management approaches increases the challenge of achieving coherence between the WBS and the schedule network. This article elaborates on best practices where the goal of full coherence between the WBS and schedule network can be taken for granted and maintained without effort by the project planner.
When you’re a project manager for a traditional project, it’s easy to write a project charter. On an agile project, is that the right thing to do? Should you even use the same template? Here are some fundamental steps to get your project or iteration started on the road to success.
Every country and organization faces cultural differences. How do you go about building awareness, respecting and adapting to them, and then working within the necessary framework and structure so that the result is a successful engagement?
New research from Project Management Institute outlines five steps for building an effective knowledge transfer program, from identifying to assessing. In addition, an organization’s culture, leadership and people must “buy in” and support the effort.
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Here's a checklist of important areas to cover during your project kickoff meeting: