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In 2010, when it comes to the state of the economy and unemployment, the public seems to have different opinions and getting mixed signals. Some individuals, those that are working/employed, seem to be satisfied because they have a job and those that are still unemployed or underemployed, still feel there are issues and not so [...]

There is a difference but some professionals in the IT industry seem to think program management is just managing multiple projects. A Program and Project Manager may or may not be certified. Program Management Program management is the management of multiple related projects, a system or systems, and not just multiple projects. A Program Manager [...]

How to Keep Your Sanity and Health Through These Difficult Times.

by E.R. Williams

Now, getting back to these difficult and hard times. I know many are trying to move forward by maintaining current employment or dealing with being laid-off, getting that next job or changing careers. Through it all, you must include activities to maintain your mental and physical health. Some are listed below. Have a daily routine [...]

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There are NO MORE EXCUSES for project FAILURE!!

by E.R. Williams

Eddie R. Williams, PMP Book Title: Software/Firmware Configuration Management (Within the System Development Process) Subtitle: Management Control & Quality Being an IT professional for over 20 years and now a published author and coach, I became very concerned about the high failure rate of projects within the IT industry. I had worked on government, aerospace, [...]

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We really are losing Valuable Resources and a Knowledge Base!

by E.R. Williams

At a recent social gathering of IT professionals and executives, one of the individuals stated that he was retiring next week and planned to enjoy the rest of his life with his family, fishing, and maybe exercising as he smiled looking at me (he knew my exercising routine). We all thought this was great. The [...]

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There are a Variety of Specifications Presented Throughout the Industry to Capture Requirements.

by E.R. Williams

The requirements document (specification), the result of analysis, sets the stage for the entire and/or any process/phase/activity (design, implementation, etc.) within the development process or life cycle. It is a configuration identification document as well as the design specification/document. The requirements document contains functional/capability, design, interface, data, and other product (software/application/system) requirements. Although it is [...]

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