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IT project management and portfolio management

  • September 08, 2005 08 Sep'05

    ERP Journey: Stop the train

    An ERP project reaches a critical point: deciding on a vendor.

  • September 07, 2005 07 Sep'05

    ERP vendor vetting: On and off the road

    Someone once said, "You are never as well fed as when you're an ERP prospect," and I have the increased waistline to prove it. I feel like the fatted calf.

  • September 06, 2005 06 Sep'05

    ERP: The beginning

    Editor's Note: Selecting an ERP system is one of the most challenging projects a CIO performs. Les Johnson, CIO at a western wholesale electrical distributor, is going through that process. In this and the coming months, Les will chronicle his ...

  • August 30, 2005 30 Aug'05

    Champy: Just say 'No' to customization

    Last month, SearchCIO.com columnist James Champy offered practical advice on how to change individual work habits to increase productivity. In this month's follow-up column, Champy discusses how making broad changes to internal processes can also ...

  • August 16, 2005 16 Aug'05

    Champy to CIOs: Skip meetings, start working

    IT executives looking for results get some practical advice from SearchCIO.com columnist James Champy.

  • August 11, 2005 11 Aug'05

    C-level bloggers follow the rules

    Find out who is blogging from their corner office -- and what CIOs should know about corporate blogging policies.

  • August 04, 2005 04 Aug'05

    CIO in action: Leaving a legacy

    Austin Energy CIO Andres Carvallo tells CIOs how to lead an IT revolution.

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    10th step to project management success: Establish clear metrics

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    12 steps to project management success

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    Step 07: Make sure you have the resources to do the job

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    Step 06: Be honest about your abilities

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    Step 09: Communicate early and often

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    Step 08: Assemble the best team you can

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    Step 12: Know when to ask for help

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

  • July 21, 2005 21 Jul'05

    Step 04: Own the planning process

    Managing a successful IT Project isn't just a technical and organizational issue. It's about managing people. Poor communication, internal politics, poor teamwork, lack of management support and poor planning are the primary reasons that projects ...

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