The November 2012 issue of Profit is now available
In the five years I've worked on Profit, there has been measurable interest in content related to project management. Stories featuring project management as a key component have resulted in extra clicks, likes, and RTs (for you Twitter users) from our readers.
I've chatted about this with Oracle customers, partners, and experts and received an assortment of ideas about why this might be. This issue of Profit is a bit of a culmination of those conversations, and the trends that are driving interest in project management best practices.
Also, two online developments for Profit: check out my newly relaunched blog, Editor's Notebook, at blogs.oracle.com/profit, where readers can get a peek at the development of each issue of Profit as it happens. We've also launched a new LinkedIn group for our social media-inclined readers.
In this issue:
Three Keys to Project Management
What can organizations with world-class project management teach the rest of us?
Gilead Sciences simplifies business processes to establish a foundation for continued growth.
Architects of Reform
Enterprise architecture plays an essential role in establishing Oregon as a leader in healthcare reform.
Answering the Call
Turkcell CIO Ilker Kuruoz finds IT-powered growth and innovation to be the calling card for success.
Sound project management practices and technology can have an immediate impact on the bottom line.
Preparing for Impact
Plans for dealing with enterprise information will define the big data winners.
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