August 05, 2012 - by Neil Stolovitsky published on Projectsmart - In a world where the instant access to information has changed the way people in modern society communicate and collaborate, social media tools and social networking for many have become a paradigm that permeates their personal and professional lives.
February 9, 2012 - On new development projects, the production stage can be the point of no return. Before it’s too late, a rigorous gating process can help to ensure that development activities, teamwide input and critical stakeholder priorities are all aligned with the overall project vision.
January 27, 2012 - Information Management: Genius Inside Project Enterprise PPM. Product Review by Ganesan Srinivasan, director of business analysis for Bunge Global Innovation, Bunge Headquarter in White Plains, New York.
November 21, 2011 - Globally dispersed teams and stakeholders present daunting challenges to project, program and portfolio leaders. It is imperative that organizations develop a formal communication strategy that addresses distance, language, culture and access to information. In this undertaking, “the cloud” is a friend.
September 29, 2011 - Smaller teams, fewer resources, tighter budgets and shorter product development lead times mean that project management has become ever more critical and the decision-making process even more demanding. But effective project management is only as good as the information available to drive the process and that’s why the position of Chief Information Officer (CIO) is so critical.
September 06, 2011 - by Neil Stolovitsky published on product design & development - In new product development (NPD) projects, the prototyping stage is where an idea becomes reality. This critical stage sets the foundation for the future success of an organization’s new product. Here is where engineering and design are tested, market studies are conducted, and an organization’s ability to assess their own capabilities to fully support the product is put through its paces.
August 6, 2011 - article by Neil Stolovitsky published on Manufacturing Technology - Manufacturers live and die by the product development projects they select. Prioritizing and carefully choosing the best projects is as important to their success as the products themselves.
This article will focus on the impact resources have on new product development projects and the critical role project and portfolio management plays in providing complete visibility when deciding on your next great product idea.
June 27, 2011 - by Neil Stolovitsky published on Project at works - Does your organization have the right processes in place to support the next great idea? Once an evaluation and selection framework is in place, aligning an "idea pipeline" with the project portfolio is crucial. Otherwise, your next star project might not even get a chance to soar doomed or less-promising initiatives drain resources.
March, 2011 - A risk management approach is not the prerogative of the service industry only. Therefore, it is undoubtedly advantageous to draw experience from industrial companies` management strategies.
March 7, 2011 - Article on ProjectManagers.Net by Neil Stolovitsky - Cloud computing has moved to the forefront as the latest technology of choice for both small and large businesses alike and has revolutionized the way we do business. From VoIP and email to web-enabled enterprise systems and virtual offices, the Web has transformed the way we communicate with our prospects, clients, co-workers and stakeholders. No wonder cloud computing is so popular…the truth is, for many of us, a good part of our working day takes place in the cloud.