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  • Download at Boykma.Com 97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know Download at Boykma.Com Download at Boykma.Com 97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know Collective Wisdom from the Experts Edited by Barbee Davis Beijing · Cambridge · Farnham · Köln · Sebastopol · Taipei · Tokyo Download at Boykma.Com

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  • As a development team, you want to be productive. You want to write flexible, maintainable web applications. You want to use Ruby and Rails. But can you justify the move away from established platforms such as J2EE? Bruce Tate's From Java to Ruby has the answers, and it expresses them in a language that'll help persuade managers and executives who've seen it all. See when and where the switch makes sense, and see how to make it.

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  • Every management guru seems to have a new philosophy and a new set of initials he or she swears will revolutionize your company. The management fads of the last 20 years or so seem to have about a three-year half life before they start to fade away, but before their last spark, another one pops up with an accompanying new guru. There is no shortage of gurus or new acronyms, and for $1000 per day (and sometimes much more), they are happy to share their fervor with you. You spend your money and your employees' time, and a week later, you would never know you had been host to the guru-du-jour.

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  • Companies face risks every day, they are part of normal business life. There are many risks — both threats and opportunities — which may impact on a company‘s resources, projects and profitability. Risk means different things to different businesses and organizations. Undoubtedly, the risk represents both a potential threat and potential opportunity for businesses. Every business and decision involves a certain amount of risk. Risk might cause a loss to a company. This does not mean, however, that businesses cannot take risks.

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  • Chapter 9 THE PEOPLE. At the core of every project are the people. People make the project successful, people cause the project problems, people make it enjoyable to work on project teams – or otherwise. The project manager first and foremost must be able to work through the people involved to make things happen and obtain results.

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  • Budgets never work out exactly – some things cost more, occasionally less than you think. If you can convince those who are providing the money, try to build in an extra 5% for “unforeseen expenditure” Budgets never work out exactly; you need to be flexible, perhaps saving in one area to cover extra costs in another If you are over budget, don’t try to hide the facts – present the problem as clearly as you can to those in charge Build in a financial review into every progress review meeting...

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  • Every organization has a culture unique to itself, and this is true of divisions within large corporations. The important thing to understand about culture is that in most cases there in nothing absolutely right or wrong about cultures – they just are. It is only in a relative sense that you can say something is wrong in another culture (Lewis, P. James, 2008). Differences in national culture influence not only the surface behavior but there are also essential conditions for understanding the values adopted by business people.

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  • As the University of Kentucky continues in its state-mandated mission to reach Top 20 status among the nation’s premier public research institutions, it is imperative that the entire University communicate with a clear, consistent public identity. The development of visual identity standards by the entire University is critical to achieving this objective. Every time someone from the University of Kentucky communicates with the public, it contributes to our reputation.

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  • So much has changed in advertising in the past five years since the second edition of this book, that almost every chapter needed—and received—major revisions and updating. Not only have advertisers changed what they do, but even when they do the same thing, often it’s called something else. Even more important there are now new chapters on subjects not covered before: branding and Yellow Pages advertising plus a totally new approach to basic Internet advertising.

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  • Welcome to the paperback edition of The Lexus and the Olive Tree. Readers of the original hardback version of the book will notice that several things have changed in this new version. But what has not changed is the core thesis of this book: that globalization is not simply a trend or a fad but is, rather, an international system.

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  • A modem computer consists of one or more processors, some main memory, disks, printers, a keyboard, a mouse, a display, network interfaces, and various other input/output devices. All in all, a complex system. If every application programmer had to understand how all these things work in detail, no code would ever get written. Furthermore, managing all these components and using them optimally is an exceedingly challenging job.

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  • Every decision involves an analysis of possible future events (costs, outcomes, markets, etc.) and selection of a choice among competing alternatives. Making a decision is making a selection. Decision analysis is the process of dismantling a decision so as to determine the inputs and processes that went into arriving at a decision. Risk management is managing (preparing for) future uncertainties. Uncertainties are risks. They are the unknowns associated with future events. The decisions we make today create the risks that we must manage tomorrow.

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  • This book is dedicated to my most steadfast supporters — my family. You have always been there for me when I needed you and have always supported me in every endeavor I decide to undertake. I would not have been able to accomplish half the things I’ve done without your tremendous support

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  • Once the Sprint has started, the Team engages in another of the key Scrum practices: The Daily Scrum. This is a short (15 minutes or less) stand-up meeting that happens every workday at an appointed time, and everyone on the Scrum Team attends; in order to keep it brief, everyone stands (hence “stand-up meeting”). It’s the team’s opportunity to report to itself on progress and obstacles. One by one, each member of the team reports three (and only three) things to the other members of the team: What they were able to get done since the last meeting; what they’re...

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  • Security is becoming more and more common in every environment, regardless how big or small the network happens to be. Anytime we think of security, the first thing that comes to our minds is the implementation of firewalls. What if firewalls are not available in your network? What if your firewalls are only meant for connectivity from the outside world? Or, better yet, what if firewalls are controlled by different groups in your organization, and you want to do something to protect your network internally between departments and/or maybe your budget doesn’t allow you to get firewalls.

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  • It has been said that "Nothing Succeeds Like Success." What is Success? If we consult the dictionaries, they will give us the etymology of this much used word, and in general terms the meaning will be "the accomplishment of a purpose." But as the objects in nearly every life differ, so success cannot mean the same thing to all men. The artist's idea of success is very different from that of the business man, and the scientist differs from both, as does the statesman from all three. We read of successful gamblers, burglars or freebooters, but no true success was ever won or ever can be...

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  • In this book, the term Zen is used to roll together all of these con- cepts. This is not an orthodox treatment of Zen. The book could have been called the Yoga, Tao, or Way of Managing Projects. In the end all of these terms are pointing to the same basic strategy—regard every- thing as a part of a holistic, integrated system, set your intention to include all of your personal and nonpersonal goals, apply objectivity and subjectivity in dynamic balance, seek to perfect yourself and your performance while not being hung up about your imperfections, and recognize that a...

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  • Marketing Insurance Online - My Pathetic Story By: Jason Hornung – President Jason Hornung Agency Inc. It was only two months ago that I had taken over an office with a full book of business from an agent that was moving up into management (big surprise, right?). I had been given a one year contract to prove my mettle… … and things weren’t going very well. In fact, I had management breathing down my neck – calling and stopping by my office every single day. They were expecting huge numbers out of me. After all I was supposed to be the...

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  • The man who never broke his word. There was a great deal more to him, but every one in any land who has had dealings with Charles Frohman will sign that. I would rather say a word of the qualities that to his friends were his great adornment than about his colossal enterprises or the energy with which he heaved them into being; his energy that was like a force of nature, so that if he had ever "retired" from the work he loved (a thing incredible) companies might have been formed, in the land so skilful at turning energy to practical account, for exploiting...

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  • This book is dedicated to every teen who takes the time to learn about security and how to stay safe and be smart online. We also want to thank all of the teens joining this project and the teens who originally inspired this book—Eric and Douglas. Linda McCarthy was inspired to write the first edition of Own Your Space when the two teenagers in her house managed to destroy what she thought was a pretty darn secure home computer network. Linda was more inspired when she realized that Douglas and Eric weren’t looking to break things or even trying to impress her when...

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