Project and process management are two disciplines used by organizations to advance the work of delivering value to customers, clients and patients. While there are a few differences between the two, there are many similarities that can be used for best practice sharing, enabling the organization to meet customer and business objectives.
North America Congress Highlights – Key Take-Aways and Lessons Learned in Strategic Business Management Skills (Korean Translation)by
우리와 함께 PMI Global Congress 2015 -North America의 발표자들과 대화를 계속하십시오. 이 웹 세미나에서는 Best Practice, 주요 테이크 아웃 및 Strategic Business Management Skills 세션에서 배운 교훈을 살펴 봅니다. 이 기회를 놓치지 마시고 PMI 세계 총회 2015 -North America에서 발표자 하이라이트와 가르 칠 수있는 순간을 사실상 발표자를 만나보고 엿볼 수 있습니다.
Make it So Number One: Why Many Projects' Chance for Success is Doomed and How to Fix It (Korean Translation)by
Star Trek 차세대 Jean-Luc Picard의 영감에 따라 "1 호 만들기"라는이 웹 세미나는 프로젝트 실패의 근본 원인을 탐구하고 프로젝트 성공 기록을 향상시키는 방법에 대한 실용적인 아이디어를 제공합니다.
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There are now AI services, products and capabilities that make AI available “off the shelf.” That means your organization no longer has to develop AI programs from scratch. With that change in mind, consider the following ways you can bring AI to your organization…
System upgrades are popular projects and have certain common success tactics. When you are upgrading a system of record, however, the stakes are greater. Be ready for a SOR upgrade by using these tactics for success—especially those related to requirements.
This article highlights the risks and challenges faced by a master system integrator (MSI) during integration projects. It provides a guideline to practitioners for the initial stages of the project.
There have already been a number of warnings on how the Internet of Things (IoT) has opened a Pandora’s box for hackers and wannabe thieves and extortionists. Even if we take stronger measures on an individual level, what can we do for our respective organizations to help them become more protected from accidental risks?