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Nobody wants projects to fail. This presentation goes over the key factors that will certainly affect the outcome of any project.
Sometimes things go horribly wrong once. Other times, they go horribly wrong on a routine basis. Ever wonder why that is? If failure is a recurring theme in your projects, you'd be wise to download this deliverable.
Use this sample project plan for responding to a Federal RFP for IT and related services.
Compacting fill is one of the most important jobs on a construction site. Keep track of it with this form.
Get ready for the playoffs. This directory describes those application package vendors and their products that have made it to the final evaluation round for your development project.
Developing a complex financial application with many processing modules is the stuff of which nightmares are made. There are lots of steps, each with its own headache. Take two aspirin and use this sample Microsoft Project plan to help you through.
Do you want to justify your workforce improvement program? You'll need some facts and figures. Use this calculator to help you put your case together.
This robust (450 tasks!) Microsoft Project plan guides you through an entire Distributed Application Development project for a financial system, from planning to rollout.
Financial ratios help you get a better handle on your operations. Ratio analysis is widely used to understand a company and its operations. Ratios are used by managers, creditors, regulators and investors alike. Use these financial-ratio worksheets to determine key ratios and track financial trends in your business.