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What is Strategy?

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Strategy is a much overused, misused, and abused word. It's tossed around by those who are unfamiliar with Strategy Making roles in businesses. . Strategy is creating fit among a company's activities. The success of a strategy depends on doing many things well - not just a few. If there is no fit among the activities, there is no distinctive strategy and little to sustain the strategic deployment process. The Framework for IT Strategy . Strategy

Risk Management Resources

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Risk Management is essential for development and production programs. Information about key project cost, (technical) performance, and schedule attributes is often uncertain or unknown until late in the program. Effective Risk Management 2 nd Edition , Edmund Conrow, AIAA, 2003.

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A Compendium of Risk Management Resources

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This blog page is dedicated to the resources used to manage the risk encountered on software-intensive systems using traditional and agile development methods. Let's start with a critical understanding of the purpose of managing risk on software development projects.

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Compendium of Works to Increase Probability of Project Success

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Business, Technical, Systems, Risk, and Project Management Briefings and Presentations. Risk Management (#RM). Strategy (#Strategy). Business, Technical, Systems, Risk, and Project Management. But in fact, risk management is part of the other 4 principles as well.

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Six Sigma: A Simple Guide for Project Managers

But it was when Jack Welch made it central to his business strategy at General Motors, about 10 years later, that it became popular in the broader business world. From the top down, the entire organization must be committed to sustaining quality improvements for them to be achieved.

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An Introduction to Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Supply chain management is used to describe a number of different approaches that are used to integrate the flow of materials, finances and information efficiently. This increases the value and reduces risk. Make sure information is visible to capture early in the process.

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