Latest Project Management News From ComputerWeekly

Highways England plans for 5G, smart vehicles, drones
Highways England report sets out its aspirations for the next few years, and explores how digital technology will be used to keep people on the move 13 Dec 2017
GDS staff survey reveals concerns over leadership and evidence of bullying and harassment
Employee survey at Government Digital Service shows staff enjoy their work but have concerns about senior management – plus complaints over discrimination, bullying and harassment 12 Dec 2017
Harnessing hybrid deployment
Computer Weekly explores how the success of hybrid deployment hinges on the network 12 Dec 2017
Bumps in the road ahead for Nordic cashless societies
Sweden and Norway are global leaders when it comes to reducing the use of cash in the economy – but what about the Nordic region as a whole? 11 Dec 2017
Santander UK recruits digital banking expert from Barclays
Santander UK has poached Michael Harte from Barclays to drive digital transformation 8 Dec 2017
Paul Coby to step down as John Lewis CIO
CIO of retailer John Lewis, Paul Coby, has announced he will be stepping down from his role in 2018, after almost seven years 8 Dec 2017
Forging a new identity: IT underpins Openreach’s independence
Openreach chief technology and information officer Mark Lam discusses how IT is helping to forge a new and distinct identity for the network infrastructure business as it leaves the wider BT Group 8 Dec 2017
UKtech50 2017 video: DWP chief digital and information officer, Mayank Prakash
The winner of UKtech50 2017, Mayank Prakash, heads up digital transformation at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) 8 Dec 2017
Hortilux uses Mendix-powered application to digitise greenhouses
Grow light maker shifts from product to digitally enabled service to support greenhouse growers 7 Dec 2017
Tieto wins Stockholm’s multimillion IT outsourcing contract
Swedish capital switches IT services provider after “administrative error” ruled original contractor out of agreement 7 Dec 2017
Project Management


We are persuaded that project management plays a critical role in today's business environment. Successful achievement of business goals requires good management to identify and correct problems before they impact project budget or schedule. It is especially important in offshore software development projects because the members of the development team are located far from the client's site and therefore good communication between parties becomes a key issue for successful project management.

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