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Show Me the Artifact! Process Heavy Output Can Give a False Sense of Successful Execution

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Written by  Gary Garris Working on technology projects whether you are on the business or IT side of the house often becomes a labor of intensity around producing hundreds if not thousands of pages of documentation. Churning iterations of documents in order to comply with your software development lifecycle processes remains an age old struggle…

Requirements for Implementing Packaged Solutions

Written by  Karl Wiegers and Joy Beatty Many organizations acquire and adapt purchased packaged solutions (also called commercial off-the-shelf, or COTS, products) to meet their software needs, instead of building new systems from scratch. Software as a service (SaaS), or cloud, solutions are becoming increasingly available to meet software needs as well. Whether you’re using…

Problems, Conflicts and Decisions

by: Lynda Bourne, DPM, PMP While frequently treated as separate topics, conflict management, problem-solving and decision-making are interrelated and all are focused on achieving the best possible outcome. In an ideal world, there would always be sufficient information and rational maturity to allow you to treat everything as a problem and apply the following problem-solving…

7 New Ways to Manage Your Business Team That You Should Use

Image source The fast and ever-changing technological landscape has greatly affected every aspect of human life. Take a look within your area and you can see how you are connected with other people and more importantly, to the rest of the world. Technology has also improved every human process that there is: from the way…