Archive for July 2013

Fixing a Project that is Behind Schedule

A project being delayed may seem a reason to panic but schedule slippage is not as rare as some might expect. Depending on the project, there may be things that can be done to fix a delayed project. In some cases, however, there is no choice other than cancelling the project. Before listing any solutions, [...]

RationalPlan Freezes With The Latest Version Of Java 1.6.0_51 On Mac OS X

The latest update of Java from Apple introduced some major problems for Java based products like failing to draw or respond to user input. More exactly we are talking about the update to Java SE 1.6.0_51. The problem also applies to RationalPlan users. As a quick fix Apple released the patch Java for OS X [...]

RationalPlan 4.5 – Improved Reporting And Data Export

Stand By Soft is pleased to announce the release of version 4.5 for its project management suite RationalPlan. Current version offers better reporting capabilities, more data exports to .xls files, enhanced notification settings and much more. RationalPlan is a project management solution that puts the accent on productivity, ease of use and fast learning. It [...]

Working With Project Management Software – Who Is Managing Who?

Managing projects is not an easy job and in most cases the manager would greatly benefit from the use of a dedicated software. Starting from this necessity project management tools were created. But the main problem is if these tools are a real help for those that are using them or it is just a [...]

What to Do as a Newbie Project Manager

You were a team member and have just been promoted to the project manager position. Or you became a project manager because you “inherited” a project after the former project manager left the position. In any case, you became the so-called accidental project manager, even though it is rarely an accident that one is promoted [...]