Code is a developer's signature on a software project, and not all developers play by the rules of good coding standards. Ensure that your development team leaves a coding legacy that not only implements the application at hand but can be understood by others and maintained during future development cycles.
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So you don't know how to get up and go with your PMO? Get the green light with this checklist, designed to keep you focused as you initiate this important step.
How does your company deal with sexual harassment issues? If you don't know, then you need to think about establishing a policy--the sooner the better.
All things come to an end, including your project. This presentation shows you how to shut it down in good order.
When implementing Siebel, you need to make sure your data conversion goes smoothly. Here is a detailed outline of tips to help you do just that.
Take Siebel on the road by sychronizing the server with handheld devices.
Here's a simple and practical Excel spreadsheet set up so you can calculate cash flows.
Use this tool to tie up loose ends when an employee is leaving your organization.
Need help tracking activity status? This template is built for when you have two activities in a phase. You can extend it for multiple activities by adding sheets. You can only perform transactional activities like updating status of an activity, or inserting activity descriptions and dates.
This Simple Risk Quantification Approach guides you through how the risks you face can be measured prioritized and ranked in a consistent and fairly simple way. The approach includes a sample work product you might used to track risks throughout your project life cycle.