The portal craze is dead and gone. Branding and public presence sites are beyond passe regardless of how dynamic they are. What can you do with a small investment that will impress the boss and yield an impressive ROI? Build a hub!
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Don't be shy about getting information out to clients--get pushy.
Break down a process, and you'll find a series of components. How these pieces link together is what makes a process worthwhile.
When people think of methodology, they usually imagine the theorists of IT pontificating on the virtues of an application development strategy. Methodology, in truth, is very important to the success of a data warehousing project. Without methodology, a team can walk blindly into a dark room and come out with the stab wounds of a failed effort.
They won't be duking it out on pay-per-view any time soon, but the battle wages over who is the true Father of Data Warehousing.
Selecting the right discussion package can be challenging. Here are a few options and approaches to consider in your quest for managed interaction.
You can post information 'til you're blue in the face, but how do you get people to use it?
Building a system requires more than just programming¾ you need a methodology. Learn how to make your methodology and a development environment work together.
I am hearing lots of talk about workflow methods, process modeling and use cases. Are they all referring to the same thing, or are they distinct concepts? Allow me to clarify this confusion.
If you want the whole world (wide web) in your hands, you're in luck. The latest handheld computers, like the Palm Pilot, are bringing wireless BI into the everyday world of project managers and other professionals.