In Let’s Take off Our Blinkers! Ruchira Chatterjee, uses an equestrian analogy to warn of the danger of too narrow a focus on the success of a particular project, to the exclusion of other corporate priorities. She points out that the success of a project can’t always be judged on the fact that it came in on time and on budget. She says that today’s project success criteria are much broader.
How to Start a Project Management Company without an IT Professional by Curt Finch addresses the idea of having a project management with no, or very few servers. His point is that by having the servers outside the company, the IT professionals within the company can focus on serving customers instead of worrying about solving internal IT problems.
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