Project Management: On time and on budget
The increasing complexity of IT systems has led to a growing appreciation of the value of best practice project management, writes Dermot Corrigan.
The current downturn means that most organisations are unwilling, or unable, to countenance the cost and time overruns which were often a feature of IT project management during better business climates.
This means managers are looking to ensure that they make use of the best available skills and expertise to ensure their projects are delivered as planned. Industry approved standard tools, methodologies and processes - including the British government-endorsed Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and...
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