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How to Start a No-fail Project, Part 3: Planning for Success
How to Start a No-fail Project, Part 3: Planning for Success.Solutions and Other Documents to Characterize Your Buy, In Relation To Planning for Success. An estimated two-thirds of IT projects aren’t completed on time or budget, while 15 percent are cancelled entirely. But your IT project doesn’t have to be a gamble. By knowing the most common causes of project failure, your company increases the potential for a successful project outcome. Learn more about how inadequate initial project planning can be one of your greatest obstacles to success—and how you can overcome it.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: How to Start a No-fail Project, Part 3: Planning for Success How to Start a No-fail Project, Part 3: Planning for Success Source: Logic Software Document Type: White Paper Description: An estimated two-thirds of IT projects aren’t completed on time or budget, while 15 percent are cancelled entirely. But your IT project doesn’t have to be a gamble. By knowing the most common causes of project failure, your company increases the potential for a successful project outcome. Learn more about how inadequate
7/4/2008 1:09:00 PM

Are You Ready for the Project Economy?
Are You Ready for the Project Economy?. Search for Templates and Other Software Related To Project Economy. The multitude of messages and media in this interactive age contributes to a fragmented consumer goods market. Shorter product life cycles, mass product customization, and increasing supply chain complexity are all symptoms of the new project economy. The arrival of this new age must be recognized by business leaders, and the systems supporting business must change to accommodate this reality.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: Are You Ready for the Project Economy? Are You Ready for the Project Economy? Source: IFS Document Type: White Paper Description: The multitude of messages and media in this interactive age contributes to a fragmented consumer goods market. Shorter product life cycles, mass product customization, and increasing supply chain complexity are all symptoms of the new project economy. The arrival of this new age must be recognized by business leaders, and the systems supporting business must change to
11/6/2006 2:33:00 PM

Ten Keys for Project Success
Everything you always wanted to know about Project Team Management.Acquire Free Guides and IT Reports Linked To Keys for Project Success. Any project represents significant effort in terms of justifying resource allocation and expense. Project failure may not only diminish or eliminate expected benefits, but also damage existing tools and processes. There are ten key steps for project success; many of these steps occur concurrently, and are important focal points for teams and executives contemplating initiating projects.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: Ten Keys for Project Success Ten Keys for Project Success Source: RPE Document Type: White Paper Description: Any project represents significant effort in terms of justifying resource allocation and expense. Project failure may not only diminish or eliminate expected benefits, but also damage existing tools and processes. There are ten key steps for project success; many of these steps occur concurrently, and are important focal points for teams and executives contemplating initiating projects. Ten Keys
1/11/2006 5:33:00 PM

Project Management Pitfalls » The TEC Blog
Management , Project Management Pitfalls Comments IT Project Management Tools: MS Project and Its Alternatives » The TEC Blog on 13 February, 2008 at 5:32 pm # […] a previous blog post, I wrote about the Project Manager’s role and some of the constraints that affect the daily life […] PM Hut on 21 February, 2008 at 7:15 am # Hi, I think this is a great article on what you need to have in order to get a successful project. I’m very interested in republishing it on PM Hut (http://www.pmhut.com),

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: ERP, How To, Project Management, Project Management Pitfalls, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
15-01-2008

Case Study: Job Costing System Delivers for Nol-Tec Systems
Nol-Tec, a manufacturer of conveying equipment, needed a job costing solution that would integrate key information about parts and assemblies. Why? So its sales and engineering teams could communicate better about customers’ systems. The company found Jobscope’s order analysis, accounts payable, and customer tracking modules integrated well with its own sales quotation system and helped improved visibility. Learn more.

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3/11/2008 4:35:00 PM

The Keys to Effective Project Governance Leadership
Project Sponsor.com conducted a three-year research program on project governance. The findings turned up some surprising facts on how project governance is approached and applied in businesses today, and shed some light on what is required for project governance to be effective.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: The Keys to Effective Project Governance Leadership The Keys to Effective Project Governance Leadership Jed Simms - December 10, 2007 Read Comments Business executives tend to approach project governance with good intentions, but with few governance-specific skills, and with little knowledge or education on the process. It is assumed by all parties involved in a project that no such expertise is needed. This is a false assumption. Between 2003 and 2005, Project Sponsor.com conducted an in-depth project
12/10/2007

Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up - Not Down, Not Left, Not Right.
Projects do fail. They fail from many different reasons. But the person at the top of the organization can stop or fix most of these problems before they derail the project. That person is the only one with the power to do so.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up - Not Down, Not Left, Not Right. Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up - Not Down, Not Left, Not Right. Olin Thompson - September 20, 2002 Read Comments Who to Blame for Project Failure? Look Up - Not Down, Not Left, Not Right. Featured Author - Olin Thompson - September 20, 2002 Introduction Project failure is not a nice topic. None of us want to be involved in a failure. But when a failure occurs, we feel compelled to assign blame. But who to blame and how
9/20/2002

How to Use Genius Project4Domino as Your Project Server
Genius Project4Domino and Microsoft Project are both project management tools, and though their range of features is different, they are also complementary. Using the solutions together can bring a well-rounded project management solution to companies of all sizes. Learn how they can be used to ensure consistency and eliminate downtime, so your long-term strategic project plans are a success.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: How to Use Genius Project4Domino as Your Project Server How to Use Genius Project4Domino as Your Project Server Source: Genius Inside Document Type: White Paper Description: Genius Project4Domino and Microsoft Project are both project management tools, and though their range of features is different, they are also complementary. Using the solutions together can bring a well-rounded project management solution to companies of all sizes. Learn how they can be used to ensure consistency and eliminate
5/20/2008 9:28:00 AM

Project Failure—The Numbers, Why, and What It Means
IT projects fail regularly—considerably missing expectations, drastically overrunning budgets, significantly missing deadlines, and far too often having to be abandoned entirely. Research shows us that this is the rule, not the exception. Research also tells us why.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: Project Failure—The Numbers, Why, and What It Means Project Failure—The Numbers, Why, and What It Means Jim Brown and Olin Thompson - June 11, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Information technology (IT) projects fail regularly—considerably missing expectations, drastically overrunning budgets, significantly missing their deadlines, and far too often having to be abandoned entirely. Research shows us that this is the rule, not the exception. Research also tells us why. What is the impact of failure
6/11/2005

What Is the Health of My Project?
We all know about the three monkeys: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. But as project managers, we need to control our projects. In order to do this, we must ignore the advice of the three monkeys. We need to see the potential for cost overruns, hear about the risks, and speak about the likelihood of failure.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: What Is the Health of My Project? What Is the Health of My Project? Source: Deltek, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: We all know about the three monkeys: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. But as project managers, we need to control our projects. In order to do this, we must ignore the advice of the three monkeys. We need to see the potential for cost overruns, hear about the risks, and speak about the likelihood of failure. What Is the Health of My Project? style= border-width:0px;
4/18/2007 2:53:00 PM

7 Steps to an Easier Development Project, a Better Product, and a Stronger Team
Your data models are brilliant ... but only if database administrators (DBAs) and developers are on the same page. A mismatch of expectations can slow down a project and lead to weak products. But this situation can be avoided if you develop a strategy that builds a little more teamwork. Follow seven cost-effective steps to better collaboration, and get a lot more value from your software development team’s data modeling.

PITFALLS PROJECT COSTING: 7 Steps to an Easier Development Project, a Better Product, and a Stronger Team 7 Steps to an Easier Development Project, a Better Product, and a Stronger Team Source: Embarcadero Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Your data models are brilliant ... but only if database administrators (DBAs) and developers are on the same page. A mismatch of expectations can slow down a project and lead to weak products. But this situation can be avoided if you develop a strategy that builds a little
5/13/2008 5:11:00 PM


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