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R&D Turns to PPM

by Janis Rizzuto

As product development organizations with constrained resources aim to make the most of their product pipelines, they are turning to project portfolio management. And PPM vendors are taking note, adding specialized capabilities to their offerings.

R&D: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

by Luc K. Richard

Research and Development. R&D. Most of us have heard this phrase without paying much attention to it. As a matter of fact, most of us work in R&D. But what do these two terms mean? And more importantly, what is the implication of doing research versus doing development on your company's bottom line?

Radio Daze

by Sunil Sharma

Radio Frequency Identification is creating a big ecosystem. Do you want to join?

Raise the Stakes

by Bob Weinstein

Asking for a raise can be one of the most nerve-racking times in your professional life. Here are some things to keep in mind.

Raise the Stakes

by Bob Weinstein

Thinking about asking for a raise? This is the time to build a case for yourself--timing is everything, and this New Year period is an ideal time to make your move. Just make sure you go about it the right way.

Raise Your Fist in the Air

by Bart Gerardi

The Agile voting mechanism known as "Fist of Five" is a great way to drive your team towards consensus and commitment. It's a simple, powerful process that can strengthen alignment and increase transparency on your projects. Here’s a look at how — and why — it works.

Raising The Bar

A growing health research group turns to Microsoft Office EPM solution for increased project visibility, control and collaboration.

Raising the Bar with Agile

by Charlie Rudd

With an Agile approach to performance improvement, people are seen as the source of value, rather than the problem that needs fixing, and tools and processes are designed to free teams to perform the irreducible activities that only people working together can accomplish. Here are some best practices for aligning the needs of people, teams and organizations.

Rally Agile ALM Platform

Rally Software has extended its Agile ALM platform to meet the needs of global organizations with customization options, full traceability with build and source code, and corporate dashboards to create a single source of record for progress and quality.

Rally Launches Agile Research Program

by ProjectsAtWork

In collaboration with the Software Engineering Institute and enterprise-class customers, the new Software Development Performance Index program will seek to quantify the performance impact of agile practices.

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