The inconvenient truths of project management reports

Will all corporate projects arrive on time and deliver as promised? T at the time, but maybe not, write four professors at MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring 2014). Accepting 5 Inconvenient Truths About Project Status Reports can greatly reduce the chance for nasty surprises. TRUTH DRAW 1: Executives cannot rely on project personnel and other employees to accuratelySigue leyendo «The inconvenient truths of project management reports»

Microsoft in supply chain management and ERP

upply chain management is the supervision of the entire life cycle of a product or service: from its infancy as a raw material or idea, to the manufacture of the product, its distribution, the retailer and, ultimately, the consumer . Each of these stages of the product or service is a link in a chain. Each step is linked to the next, interconnecting to facilitate the creation of a product.