IT project management and portfolio management

  • September 01, 2004 01 Sep'04

    A CIO Conversation: Lands' End's Frank Giannantonio

    Lands' End CIO Frank Giannantonio discusses how IT has helped lead change -- and improve -- the retailer.

  • August 23, 2004 23 Aug'04

    Offshoring? Get those legal ducks in a row

    Outsourcing is a complex, often misunderstood business strategy that can effectively help companies maximize profitability by improving operating efficiency and allowing management to focus on core business activities. The related practice of ...

  • August 10, 2004 10 Aug'04

    Economic confidence rears its lovely head

    Pinch yourself -- it looks like IT spending is waking up and doesn't plan to hibernate in 2005.

  • August 02, 2004 02 Aug'04

    Dos and don'ts for e-mail and IM policy review

    Cyber law Scott Nathan and The ePolicy Institute have some advice on putting together a company e-mail and IM policy.

  • May 20, 2004 20 May'04

    Put the 'information' back in IT governance

    IT governance can be little more than a black hole out of which we struggle to get anything valuable. How can we drive lower costs, richer services, better quality and high-level compliance?

  • April 28, 2004 28 Apr'04

    Class bridges IT, business gulf

    The Society for Information Management (SIM) is taking IT pros to school in the ways of business. Shoring up these softer skills could help companies align their business and IT strategies.

  • April 16, 2004 16 Apr'04

    IBM buys European business continuity firm

    The move is expected to boost IBM's services and consulting offerings in disaster recovery specifically for financial customers in Europe.

  • February 18, 2004 18 Feb'04

    A CIO Conversation: SAS CIO sets example for whole company

    Suzanne Gordon, CIO of SAS Institute Inc., discusses IT's role in the business, the role of women in the CIO position and the reality of offshore outsourcing.

  • December 11, 2003 11 Dec'03

    Outsmarting with outsourcing

    She was expecting maybe six months to get a massive outsourcing project up and running. Her bosses gave her six weeks. She didn't disappoint and shares the secret to her success here.

  • October 23, 2003 23 Oct'03

    Project management is not the center of the IT universe

    The Meta Group recently reported that 48% of the work performed by an IT department consists of projects. Since IT is more integrated into the rest of the business than it was 10 or even five years ago, that integration requires more maintenance and...

  • September 24, 2003 24 Sep'03

    Overworked, understaffed CIOs try to keep the peace

    In this "doing more with less" economy, how can CIOs keep their overworked underlings from storming the IT Bastille?

  • August 18, 2003 18 Aug'03

    Project planning: Fuzziness = failure

    Too many projects fail from fuzzy thinking at the front end. Here are four tips for defining potential issues and problems right from the start.

  • July 14, 2003 14 Jul'03

    Secrets to x-engineering the corporation

    X-engineering is a corporate change management approach that addresses cross-organizational process design and collaboration. X-engineering responds to three basic questions within an organization: How does a company need to change; what are the ...

  • April 03, 2003 03 Apr'03

    Gartner releases 'Top 11' list of security issues

    As you shop for security solutions, try not to get any hype on you. Gartner analysts say hype could hamper your ability to pick the proper products for your company. To give you some perspective, the research firm has offered up the top 11 security ...