If your company is in need of affordable tech solutions, outsourcing your IT projects can be a great way to not only get the job done quicker, but to save more money than arranging the task internally. By hiring the technical consultancy services of PM Kinetics, LLC, you’ll experience a variety of benefits from our
http://www.projectmanagerplanet.com/leadership/article.php/3832811. Traits that make an effective project manager 1. Active listening for concerns that eventually lead to differentiating concerns that affect a person or a group rather than the objective of the project 2. Communicating objectives in different ways to different audiences using different media 3. Using humor, if possible, to diffuse tension 4.
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In today’s economy, businesses face enormous hurdles no matter what their particular business endeavor. Competition from larger, more established firms, globalization, the looming potential for technological obsolescence and the need to keep costs under control can make management of most companies an extreme challenge. Focusing on the core business can be difficult especially when growth
SIIA is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. Their recent report issued January 11, 2007 titled “SIIA Report on Global Software Development Shows Importance to Business Growth” was the culmination of a survey with 114 American-based software companies last year. Sixty-eight respondents had offshore operations while forty-six did not.Software companies
Senior executives frequently bet their companies on Mergers & Acquisitions, major product releases, strategic IT projects, organizational restructurings, fast-paced downsizings, outsourcing, or aggressive quality initiatives. These bets rarely play out as anticipated. With estimated failure rates ranging from 72 to 91%, companies’ collective inability to execute on major projects costs hundreds of billions of dollars