Items tagged 'project management'
Over the last 10 years, a trend has become apparent in the use of timesheet software among companies of all sizes. More and more, corporate executives are seeking to understand their project accounting costs. If... More »
When payroll executives implement time and attendance systems to automate payroll, they often miss the chance to facilitate greater profitability throughout the entire company. These executives are, of course, payroll experts. They are usually not,... More »
When we started out 15 years ago, we had a simple product, no real competitors and product installation was so easy that project management for customer rollouts didn’t seem very useful to us. Over time,... More »
According to a recent article in a leading technology magazine, the demand for project and portfolio management (PPM) solutions is rising in response to the weakened economy. Many businesses are choosing to implement PPM solutions... More »
Project management technology has been around for years now, so the problem of project execution must be basically solved, right? Wrong. The Standish Group has found that 68% of technology projects failed in 2009 ... More »
It often seems that a lean, agile development environment will always be at odds with the structure and constraints of the PMO. Rick Freedman described the situation well in a recent blog post: Many firms... More »
There are no longer many physical obstacles to performing global projects. Instantaneous global collaboration, inexpensive resource transportation, and near-global access to knowledge have expanded organizations’ horizons and consumer markets. At the same time, however, these... More »