Introduction to Enterprise Project Management 2010 and 2013
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Enterprise Project Management and Portfolio Analysis, using SharePoint 2010 and Project Server 2010 and 2013
Introduction to Oracle Discoverer 10g: Beginners Edition
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Introduction to Oracle Discoverer 3i to 10g - New Horizons Edition Beginners course which main focus is to introduced End-Users with Little or No experiences with Oracle Discoverer reporting tools... More > to achieve a functional level of knowledge in report creation, business objects usage and application interaction. This is a lab based book…< Less
Foundations Book II: Understanding SQL Server 2005 Supporting Technology (XML, XSLT, XQuery, XPath, MS Schemas, DTD's, Namespaces).
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Understanding the Creative Process
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As a Project Manager you must have a clear understanding of how to manage and encourage the creative process. Project managers alike are geared toward people management and not creative cycles. Most... More > times they find themselves unable to mitigate conflict and the creative process fails. In my book, I introduced basic management concepts designed to manage the creative environment while setting the stage for innovation. By managing the creative environment, a Project Manager will lay the groundwork for the innovation without forsaking other basic management cycles. Since the main goal of a Project Manager should be to manage scope and the strategical heading of a project; he or she must prove themselves to be a capable leader, able to understand the needs of the team essentially when it comes to how to care for and mitigate innovation in a project environment prior to initiating a creative brainstorming session.< Less
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