The Problem Ever since the immortal promise of "information at your fingertips" that Microsoft made in the 1990s, people have been able to truly manage their own data and have their information at their fingertips. The MS Office suite of software tools has performed a huge supporting role in this arena. MS Word lets you … Continue reading Buy a BIG box solution, build your own, or move to Web 2.0?
Consider a typical project process: You start by listing your requirements in an e-mail or Word, and then you send them to your engineering contractor or department. This is the project’s Scope of Work, also known as the Requirements. The design work, if needed, is done in a digital environment that is appropriate for the … Continue reading Spreadsheets, Lists, and Words: Data in the Project Management Process
Note: All trademarks and trade names used in this discussion are the property of their respective owners. Introduction In this post, we discuss the roles that these three systems play in organizations that use them. We review the benefits of each tool and how, together, they provide the user with more options. We also discuss … Continue reading TeamWork Solutions and Primavera and Microsoft Project