Earned value is a project technique you can use to monitor, track and report on the performance of any project. This document is a cheat-sheet of formulas you can use to confidently calculate earned value.
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While no one likes to do it, laying off people sometimes is a cost-effective way of saving a business in a struggling economy. If you are thinking about laying people off (and we sincerely hope you don't have to), calculate the long-term costs involved in such a drastic move.
While no one likes to do it, laying off people sometimes is a cost-effective way of saving a business in a struggling economy. If you are thinking about laying people off (and we sincerely hope you don't have to), calculate the long-term savings your company could reap from such a drastic move.
Here in Excel form is a handy calculator for multi-criteria decision-making (e.g. build or buy decisions).
A handy directory for cataloging and referencing application package suppliers and their product offerings.
Here's a template, with attached examples, for testing your Data Warehouse canned queries (analytical reports).
How to make sure that all costs are reflected against the project.
No matter where you are on the career ladder, consider creating a roadmap for moving forward by comparing your current state to the requirements needed to achieve your career goals—and then identify the actions you need to take to make it all happen. Use this template in conjunction with the article What’s Your Career Plan?
Keep a lid on contractor costs by formalizing the process of “casual” or “temporary” position requisitions.
If September 11, 2001, wasn't a wake-up call that workplaces disasters can and do happen, it should have been. Here is a checklist for actions you and your company will need to take in the event of a disaster. Download it, read it, take it to heart, develop your own action plans, practice them and be ready just in case.