IT Management Article Archive

  • The areas of IT and law now converge on an almost daily basis. As computers become an even bigger part of our lives this will only increase. With this in mind the BCS held a Thought Leadership debate asking the question, What should a Learned Society be doing?
  • When it comes to getting repeat business, your staff and your technology can give you that critical edge says Hugh Stafford-Smith, from Maconomy UK.
  • In a global market it's very easy for projects to spin out of control. Hugh Stafford-Smith, from Maconomy UK, explains various ways that will help you to stay on top without alienating foreign colleagues.
  • When it comes to running a project, one skill all managers need to develop is the way the deal with stakeholders. John McManus examines areas that will help to make a project successful.
  • To get a project finished on time, do you lead or do you manage? According to leadership development coaches, Jacky Sherman and Martin Mellor, from Pharos Performance, you need a bit of both.
  • The spring Elite event saw two high profile speakers revealing how good project management and having clear goals can turn businesses around for the better. Justin Richards reports.
  • Moty Aharonovitz, senior director of product strategy at Borland Software, says that the best way to find bugs in software is by embracing requirements based testing.
  • Tony Kitson says that by taking a holistic approach to project management you're more likely to succeed and also not waste your company's money.
  • If information is power, then technology is its weapon and the CIO is commander in chief. But it's a challenging role, that is still often searching for definition. Ramkumar Akella, managing director, Birlasoft UK, looks beyond management…
  • Richard Stark, director of performance management solutions at Actuate, takes the guesswork out of performance management.