IT project management and portfolio management
- March 23, 2006
Welch Foods CIO Larry Rencken keeps the juices flowing with new governing tools, compensation metrics and a determination to make IT a strategic partner at the 137-year-old grape cooperative.
- March 22, 2006
What dooms a project? Users stressed out by change and by time spent away from their day jobs.
- March 08, 2006
What do airline pilots, a chef, a magician and a doctor have in common? Techniques that lead to success.
- March 08, 2006
Project managers: Get in the trenches and get in touch with users' needs.
- March 01, 2006
When ERP projects spawn rumors, communication becomes critical.
- February 28, 2006
IBM's new scaled-down versions of its management tools could help alleviate budget pressures for SMBs.
- February 07, 2006
The future of open source software is being debated right now -- according to columnist Paul Gillin, you should be involved in the discussion.
- February 01, 2006
How well-crafted activity triggers optimize workflow and satisfy customers.
- January 30, 2006
Forrester Research has identified the some of the best vendors in email marketing and predicts future trends for this evolving market segment.
- January 22, 2006
Successful project management relies on trimming your list -- and making sure pet projects aren't wasting resources.
- January 20, 2006
Here's four assumptions you should never make during an IT project, brought to you by CIO Les Johnson.
- January 18, 2006
What dooms a project? Users stressed out by change and by time spent away from their day jobs. Our project management expert tells you how to avoid trouble.
- January 04, 2006
CIOs are now changing their focus from managing products to business processes mangement. Here are some tips to determine if you're ready to become a process-centric organization.
- January 03, 2006
Former TechTarget editor-in-chief Paul Gillin predicts the top 10 technology trends for 2006, including open source, Web 2.0, blogging, offshoring and convergence.
- December 23, 2005
Next year is all about viewing IT as a competitive advantage.