Want to get the undying grattitude of your PM peers and more importantly, those above you? Try initiating a BI project management initiative. If you can successfully calculate how long your project will take and how much it will cost, you've made it.
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Project KickStart provides a fast, easy way to brainstorm, plan and schedule projects. Its eight-step process focuses your attention on the structure of the project, including goals, risks, resources and other strategic issues. Includes a Gantt chart, calendar and hot links to Outlook, Microsoft Project and more. Easy to use, quick to get results from.
If you had a time machine or crystal ball, you wouldn't need an estimate for your projects--you would already know the final time and cost. Well, this is the real world. You're going to estimate, and your estimates are going to be wrong. Get over it.
Frustrated by flight delays, clueless attendants and thankless airline management? Imagine the difference BI could make to your air travel experience.
IDweb is an enterprise application that manages projects, resources and portfolios within the context of a company's structured process.
Any agreement can run into hazards, and if you don't iron out a solid contract before you start a project, you could easily drive yourself--and your business--into rough territory.
Crystal Ball 2000 Standard is an easy-to-use simulation program that helps you analyze the risks and uncertainties associated with your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet models.
If the U.S. government is going to keep up with the rest of country, it's going to have to take the cyber-plunge into the world of e-business. In the private sector, digital business is catching fire--it's time for the government to start catching up.
Need a book with real-life examples? This book takes stories of project managers working through problems and gives you actionable items, inspiration and tips for your next project.
If there's one thing that can send a project downhill fast, it's cost overflow. No one wants it, but it happens nonetheless. Here are some thoughts on what causes it and how you can avoid it.