Posts Tagged ‘white paper’

White Paper on Global Project Management

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

In a world where cloud and mobile technologies have eliminated the barriers of communication and collaboration across borders, oceans and time zones, project-centric organizations are increasingly mining the world for the best talent to deliver quality goods and services. In turn, this new global economy has created a more competitive environment where businesses are required to deliver superior products and services to more demanding customers at lower margins. In light of this reality, project-driven organizations must continuously improve their global strategy to maintain their competitive edge and remain profitable.

This white paper will examine the unique challenges confronted by project leaders and their dispersed teams and stakeholders, and the strategy required to effectively drive projects to success. Click here to read more

Introduction to Data Normalisation

Monday, February 13th, 2012

This is a white paper we have been going to write for a few years.  It explains in simple terms what data normalisation is all about and why it is important for users of the system to get involved with the data design through a logical data model.  We give an example and show you a technique to list entities, attributes and relationships.

You can read the white paper online or download a PDF version which will give you the knowledge you need for data normalisation.

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White Paper on the Theory of Constraints

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

This white paper is courtesy of Roopesh Kuma.  It is about gaining control of your project using the theory of constraints. The Theory of Constraints is a management philosophy that was introduced by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt, in his 1984 book titled ‘The Goal’. It assists businesses in achieving their goals by providing a mechanism to gain better control of their initiatives. According to Goldratt, the strength of any chain, either a process or a system, is only as good as its weakest link [1]. TOC is a systemic way to identify constraints that hinder system’s success and to effect the changes to remove them.  Read more…

White paper on Project Management PR

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

There is a strong element of selling in Project Management. Project management is usually about change and change almost always strikes resistance. The Project Manager has to sell the change, and prepare those who will be impacted to accept the change. A good Project Manager will always be asking “How can I use this activity to sell the project? What should I be doing to prepare people for the change?” This white paper sets out to explore some public relations strategies. Read More