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ITIL can be an important aid in Digital India, smart cities programmes

The Digital India programme, an initiative launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in August 2014, will look to leverage IT to meet its stated objective "to transform India into a digitally-empowered society and knowledge economy". The project has begun on a positive note, with several global and Indian organisations showing keen interest in participation....


Project Management Infographic by Invensis Learning featured in Ciol.com

Hiring skilled project managers may just burn a deep hole in your pockets

Businesses consider project management as a part of their competitive advantage strategies nowadays as it has become critical to business performance, growth and organizational success. Effective project management and successful execution of projects help businesses to achieve the objectives and intended benefits....



5 Reasons Why You Should Need A Program and Portfolio Management Certification

As organizations grow in size, projects that are related to each other are often clubbed together as a program to facilitate better control and deliver combined benefits. This brings into focus the need for effective Program Management in the enterprise....



7 Key Questions to Ask to Ensure Your IT Projects are on the Right Track

In the IT industry, it is said that only 50 per cent of projects are completed on time and on allocated budget. The remaining 50 per cent projects are prolonged, over budget and become irrelevant by the time the product is released to the market. There are various reasons for a project to derail - from scope creep to faulty scheduling. These are seven critical questions a project manager can ask to ensure the time, money and effort invested in an IT project does not go in vain...



The Power of ITIL Knowledge for Enterprise Workforce

According to research firm Gartner, Indian IT spending will touch $73.3 billion in 2015, which is up by 9.4% from $67.1 billion in 2014. This consistent increase in spending has seen the emergence of new generation 'high performing' IT departments, which are taking advantage of new and upcoming technologies....



6 reasons why you should upgrade your skills

In competitive job markets, training and skill upgradation can play a key role in enhancing your career prospects whether it is improving your on-the-job performance or applying for a rewarding opportunity. In a PwC survey 'Insights and Trends: Current Programme and Project Management Practices', 80 per cent of high-performing projects reported the use of a certified project manager...



Essential Skills Of Project Managers In 2015

With changes in the economic, business and regulatory landscape, organizations need capable and qualified project managers now more than ever to take charge of projects and deliver successful outcomes. In this article, we list down hard skills that will be required in 2015 and soft skills that are always in demand across industries, and can help professionals boost their career prospects...



Top 5 benefits of earning IT certifications

As the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) domain evolves, demand for IT skills is also changing. For IT professionals to be relevant to the changing scenario, they need to constantly upgrade their skills...



The story of a small town entrepreneur who has built a 2000 member outsourcing company

Vara Prasad Rongala's family members have always been running their own businesses for the past 60 years. Hailing from the town of Nidadavole in the West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, he too joined the business of managing petrol pumps, cryogenic gases and rice mills back in 1981. As the young Vara Prasad grew to see the world and saw the opportunities in technology, he relocated to Bangalore along with his young family in 1996...



It Pays to coach the mid-level folks

Middle-level management plays an integral role of creating the bridge between the strategy that top management conceptualises and the actionable results they expect...




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