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Posts Tagged as: ERP
Yes, the two have a great deal in common.
A reader of my first book asks me a question about how training should be structured.
Some tips on a horribly misunderstood practice.
Thoughts from Si Chen on Two Key Trends
Consider dropping non-essential features for the good of the project and the organization.
A look at this increasingly popular term.
Rare is the organization that uses its systems wisely.
It’s tempting to blame the system integrator for all project hassles and differences of opinion. Don’t.
Why we need to peel back the onions.
Software vendors have recently announced increases in their annual support fees. What to do?
Clients and consultants often have unique and different focuses during business hours.
SOA and SOX have changed the game.
There never are any guarantees when training is involved.
Shane Jewelers filed bankruptcy in January. Read about the carnage.
Rare is the organization that will try to fight this in court.