Project and Portfolio Management

Effective project management can be thought of as the equilibrium of three components: time, money, and people. A deficit in one or more, must increase at least one of the others. By leveraging technological and leadership tools, effective managers can not only acheive equilibrium, but maximize use of resources within a single project and across the whole portfolio, while minimizing cost, effort, and delays.

Information Management

What's more important than the products you produce? The knowledge of how to produce those products, and the information about the development of future products. Though they may not realize it, nearly all companies are information technology companies. Those that do, manage their information efficiently and effectively to wield a superior competitive advantage.