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Activity Profiling

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A technique used to describe a specific activity in order to enable improvements and facilitate strong activity management.

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The Case for A National Data Warehouse

by Vijay Sankaran

As the world still comes to grips with the tragedy in the United States, one expert in business intelligence argues that a national data warehouse combining all of the law enforcement agencies' criminal activity and suspect data would be a step in the right direction.

It's the Team, Stupid (Part 2)

by Ian Whittingham, PMP

Team interactions are mainly shaped by informal, personality-driven elements. Two methodologies can help project managers--and their teams--understand and work with the various behaviors and roles that affect team performance. If used appropriately, such team-profiling methods can be used to ensure that the right people are the best people to work on your project, thereby enhancing project performance.

New PMO Setup

from Project Management Central posted by Laura Amann on

I am establish a new PMO organization to focus primarily on project management for high priority strategic projects with some capacity for crisis management of troubled projects / processes. We have ...

More People, More Bugs

by Projects@Work

Increasing staff on software projects doesn’t dramatically shorten the development schedule, as larger teams typically create much more defects, a new study shows. In addition to team size, major success factors include controlling requirements changes, domain knowledge, proper tooling and, not surprisingly, effective project leadership.

PPM Solutions: May 2006

by Projects@Work

A wide variety of technology solutions are available to help organizations of all sizes and industries launch, customize and refine their project portfolio management efforts. Here's our spring roundup of new releases, major upgrades and the latest reviews from technology analysts.

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