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Baby Steps to EVM

by Andrew Makar, PMP

CMMI provides several models that organizations can use to identify best practices and organizational improvements. Studying the maturity models and researching earned value management readiness reveals a series of baby steps for organizations to adopt EVM.

Back to Basics of Disaster Recovery

by Michael Wood

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning are no longer optional. Protecting infrastructure and information assets of an organization is one of management's primary duties. Here are some ideas and options for making sure you don't fall down on the job.

Back to School: Back to Basics

by Vijay Sankaran

As the kids go back to school, it's time for the project managers to hit the books and brush up on the basics of project delivery. Here are three important lessons to help you pass that next quiz.

Back to School: Data Warehousing 101

by Vijay Sankaran

Pack your lunchbox and sharpen your No. 2 pencils. It's time to bet back to the basics of data warehousing.

Bad Requirements, Bad Results

by ProjectsatWork.com

Poor requirements management is costing organizations $51 million for every $1 billion spent on their strategic initiatives, according to new research by Project Management Institute. But focusing on people, processes and culture can raise requirements management maturity and greatly improve outcomes.

Balance Adaptive Planning with Long-Term Focus

by Andy Jordan

A business that fails to embrace adaptive planning won’t survive for long. But some organizations have become so focused on trends and market changes that they’ve lost sight of their core mission. Sometimes the right response is no response at all.

Balancing Act - Managing Project Portfolios

by Michael Wood

CIOs can't catch a break when it comes to managing costs, resources and time contraints across multiple projects. Here are seven tips to keeping all the plates spinning and all the stakeholders smiling.

Balancing Cost and Skills

by Andy Jordan

When we are building a development team, it’s important to have a balance between all of the different elements. How do you balance the need for cost effectiveness with the need to build an experienced team?

Basics of Cloud Computing

by Michael Wood

Cloud Computing is the newest buzzword in the IT world, but is it really all that new? Here's a quick primer to take away any remaining mystery surrounding this latest technology and to help you decide if it's worth embracing.

Be All You Can BI

by Vijay Sankaran

Read why careers in business intelligence are a safe bet for any economy.

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