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Titanic’s maiden voyage was a disaster waiting to happen as a result of the compromises made in the project. On-line, On-time, On-budget: Titanic Lessons for the e-business Executive by IBM Senior e-business Consultant Mark Kozak-Holland explores how non-IT executives can take lessons from a nuts-and-bolts construction project like Titanic and use those lessons to ensure the right approach to developing on-line operations. Looking at this historical project as a model will prove to be incisive as it cuts away the layers of IT jargon and complexity.
Ever wonder why books on the management of software projects are big and boring? They should be fast and fun.
Get an inside look at how successful project managers build their e-business skills. In this book, three e-business experts capture years of experience into this easy-to-follow reference. The text deliberately focuses on e-business project management, integration, application, risk management, security and many of the soft skills not often evident in e-business management.
How to manage projects in a world where the only constant is change.
This book reveals the pitfalls of negative inter-relationships in the workplace, and how you can address them to achieve career success.
This book compares software development to a game and offers sound advice for bringing difficult projects to successful conclusion with a minimum of stress.
The business rules approach to application development represents a major evolution in software engineering and promises to be the most practical and desirable way to build systems. As a result, developers are in need of a how-to guide for implementing business rules in practice. The author fills this niche in the literature by providing a pragmatic introduction to the techniques and guidelines necessary for assembling systems using a business rules approach.
Written by two of today's top high-tech management experts, who walk managers through proven best methods to optimize the skills, abilities and knowledge of the new economy workforce, without stifling the creativity and innovative spirit needed for success. Reviewed on gantthead.
The challenge of managing projects is to combine the technology of the future with lessons from the past. In the third edition of Project Management for the 21st Century, noted authors Bennet P. Lientz and Kathryn P. Rea provide a modern, proven approach to project management.