Although theoretically independent of the subject matter, managing an IT project requires a specific managerial skillset. This is especially true as it takes particular methods to assess and track progress. The project manager needs special knowledge to be successful, particularly in an agile environment. One specific but recurring challenge in
Classic data warehouses are relational databases whose structure is optimised for fast querying of the contained data. The power of data warehousing lies in the effective linking of data. This creates new insights into the underlying business. Typical applications are the combination of financial data with that of production by,
“Agile” is one of the most important innovations in the software development field. Properly applied, Agility helps to keep track, learn, housekeep and adhere to deadlines – as well as countless other petty things in everyday development. Scrum and SAFe in particular help to structure the development process and teams.