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Building rapport between tech staff and end users can go a long way toward smoother IT operations.
In this paper, the authors describe a method of using Earned Value Management (EVM) tools to plan and monitor an agile project implemented by Kanban methodology. According to their...
Starbucks and American Airlines apply game mechanics and rewards systems to their non-game apps to engage users. Read these gamification basics so you can start building "sticky" a...
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
This glossary will help your IT project teams standardize on frequently used project management terms, from critical path to work breakdown structure to scrum.
Credit card fraud detection analytics has worked in banking-and its history yields lessons that should be applied to Big Data.
Every new technology must add value to the business and reduce operating expenses. Fortunately, savings can be found everywhere if you are willing to accept that nothing is out of ...
To enable its renaissance in U.S. manufacturing, GE Appliances had to completely reboot IT to act like an agile startup. TechRepublic has an inside look at the groundbreaking proje...
Efficient resource utilization is the area of Big Data ROI that the CIO needs to bring to the budget discussion.
Striking out on your own can be a terrible proposition. But Greg Miliates, who's been there himself, offers some tips for overcoming those fears and making it work.