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Finding Prince Charming (Part 2)

by Matthew Hately

Or, in other words, seven signs a software consulting firm is wrong for you. If finding the perfect match for a consulting firm is getting you down, don't give up hope. Here's some help in navigating the tough world of software dating.

Finding Success on Multicultural Teams

by Stephanie Jaeger

Working in a diverse, multicultural environment is fun—but also challenging. It requires an endless curiosity and acceptance of other cultures. If you manage this right, you will experience an enlightening journey.

Finding the Big PI Opportunities

by Michael Wood

The inability to find breakthrough BPI opportunities seems to speak to one of the biggest reasons BPI effectiveness is waning--if not absent--in so many organization’s today. BPI is not an intellectual pursuit; it is the process of discovering, defining and implementing organizationally aligned solutions. In fact, the process is quite straightforward and logical if approached correctly. A three-step approach might help.

Finding The Competitive Edge: Bucking Mediocrity Amidst Economic Turbulence

by Sarah Fister Gale

No matter their sector or location, organizations face a highly complex business environment that demands innovation and the agility to respond to shifting global priorities. As a result, in today's complex global environment, the organizations that thrive are the ones that value project management. This article reports the results of PMI's 2013 Pulse of the Profession--the annual global benchmark research report for organization project and program management.

Finding the Requirements Tree

by Michael Wood

The secret to rapidly capturing requirements lays in understanding the business processes that the application is suppose to leverage and support. And it is in the gap between how things work today and how they need to work to achieve core business objectives that the fruit of the requirements tree can be harvested.

Finding the Requirements Tree (Part 2)

by Michael Wood

The secret to rapidly capturing requirements lays in understanding the business processes that the application is suppose to leverage and support. And it is in the gap between how things work today and how they need to work to achieve core business objectives that the fruit of the requirements tree can be harvested.

Finding the Right Candidate (Part 1)

by Andy Jordan

When you need to hire, how do you ensure that you get the right person? This two-part article explores some of those challenges and ways to work around them. In Part 1, we focus on the lead-up to interviews--a process that is often not given the attention it needs.

Finding the Right Candidate (Part 2)

by Andy Jordan

We've already explored the work necessary to prepare criteria to measure applicants against. In Part 2, we look at the interview and selection process--and consider the steps necessary to maximize your chances of making the right hire.

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