Knowledge management is the new frontier for businesses, organizations, and institutions of all kinds. For those that hope to conquer this new territory, establishing a better understanding of current and future knowledge management trends and adoption of the most effective practices is imperative. There are numerous options for executives: intranets, extranets, groupware, and core competencies are continually being refined.
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Developing an effective and successful presence on the Web is becoming a vital task for businesses. As the web has matured, the development and management of sites has become increasingly complex. Today, website development requires the close collaboration of diverse professionals such as programmers, interactive designers and engineers, animators, videographers, writers, marketers and businesspeople--all working within a highly coordinated and structured development process.
In every age, a few organizations rise above others to "bring fire" to the world -- to change the way we live. These pioneering organizations include Ford, IBM, General Electric, Bell Labs, Microsoft, Dell, Cisco, Vignette, Starbucks and many others. These and other organizations yet unborn answer to the move forward, to risk the unknown and find the needed solutions to daunting problems.
In Pioneering Organizations, Larry Davis explores the forces that converge to create such earth-shaking organizations and to energize their ascendancy. He also examines the reasons for their decline. Based on this analysis, Davis identifies the factors that must exist to develop and sustain pioneering organizations.
"Enterprise Knowledge Management presents an easily adaptable methodology for defining data quality by laying out an economic framework and giving mapping-based approaches to consolidating enterprise knowledge...covers data warehousing, mining and discovery." --Fatbrain.com
A Manager's Guide to Customer-Centric Business Intelligence.
In today's work world, a leader capable of galvanizing a team to produce superlative results is invaluable. This book shows new team leaders the way to avoid costly trial-and-error approaches. It inspires seasoned team leaders to leverage the "Coach Approach" to make their team experiences lighter, more synergistic and infinitely more productive.
An analysis of the key issues in building a successful, credible and effective B2B exchange.
Function Point Analysis: Measurement Practices for Successful Software Projects is a comprehensive presentation of the principles of function point analysis (FPA) and a guide to its effective use in managing the development and deployment of software. Written for both information technology (IT) practitioners and managers, it describes how to use this proven-but-underutilized software-sizing metric to achieve successful software projects.
The hallmarks of Extreme Programming--constant integration and automated testing, frequent small releases that incorporate continual customer feedback, and a teamwork approach--make it an exceptionally flexible and effective approach to software development. Once considered radical, Extreme Programming (XP) is rapidly becoming recognized as an approach particularly well-suited to small teams facing vague or rapidly changing requirements--that is, the majority of projects in today's fast-paced software development world.
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Web Project Management presents a solid Web project management method for building commercial Web sites. Developed by pres.co, a leading interactive agency, this refined eight-stage approach lets you closely manage your project's contributors, quality, costs, and schedules. Importantly, the book also details how to define, measure and understand the success of your project on an ongoing basis. This book is an indispensable resource, whether you are a project manager, online manager, Web director, consultant or producer.