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Month: January 2011

Project management tool threatens “central planners”

In the rebellion of the business users, in which top-down gets tipped over, even stodgy old project management is coming alive. “Most of the decisions made in project management,” says Liquid Planner CEO Charles Seybold, “happen under the surface.” He’s now trying to win over the people who work on projects but haven’t run many …

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New data analysts and teenage love

Search all the business literature you can and you’ll never find data analysis compared to romantic love. But, hey, why not? Love’s trajectories might hint at what the business world’s newly enabled generation of data analysts can expect. These data analysts tend to be independent, are often creative and at least partly self-trained. They’re strapped …

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