The Value of Configuration Management

For the purpose of understanding the value of Configuration Management, we have to trace how value is added to transactions. The value transaction is important to the supplier because that is where value the customer is measured. Operations Coach and Operations Management

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Why Change Management

There is a common denominator for achieving the intended outcomes of your initiative: people. Your initiatives impact how individual people do their work: their processes, job roles, workflows, reporting structures, behaviors and even their identity within the organization. Operations Coach and Operations Management

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The Unbundling of Excel

In January 2010, Andrew Parker wrote a post called the Spawn of Craigslist. Andrew identified companies that had built businesses by unbundling Craigslist.  Chief Operating Officer’s insight: Small Business Management Operations Coach and Operations Management

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Functions of a Project Management Office

Is Your Project Management Office (PMO) a Vital Part of Your Organization? The Project Management Office’s (PMO) mission is to make projects successful by providing the structure needed for an excellent project management approach. There are two types of PMOs: centralized and decentralized. Chief Operating Officer’s insight: http://www.ops.coach Operations Coach and Operations Management

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How to Create a Gantt Chart (with Pictures) – wikiHow

A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart for project management. This organizational resource is often in the form of a software tool, although the idea of a paper-based Gantt chart is also not unfamiliar to many project managers. Using a Gantt chart can help fine-tune the project timeline for any size of project, […]

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