A concise guide to the top 50 IT project management challenges and how to overcome them. Project management forums highlight many of the challenges project managers face. Unclear requirements, scope creep and undefined roles are well-trodden issues that can derail a project. Other challenges are less obvious, often more subtle, but equally destructive. This book offers a focused and concise summary of 50 challenges facing today's IT project manager.
This book targets business and IT professionals who need an introduction to business intelligence and data warehousing through a simple question/answer format. Organized into 30 odd chapters, each on a different topic, the book contains approximately 500 questions with answers and tips.
This handbook covers the vast field of business information systems, focusing particularly on developing information systems to capture and integrate information technology together with the people and their businesses.
IT Asset Management: A Pocket Survival Guide is a quick reference style guide, addressing such serious issues with a fresh and pragmatic approach. Aimed at IT professionals who have been tasked with putting in place Asset Management disciplines, it first provides a commonsense introduction to the key processes outlined in the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL(r)), before proceeding to explain the various milestones of an Asset Management project.
Reading this book will not make you an expert on managing IT infrastructure, but it will make you think in a different way about some of your decisions, and those of your peers. If the guidance contained herein starts a discussion in your team that results in you avoiding one big mistake, then the authors will have achieved their goal.