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Liste comparative des gestionnaires de projets

Liste comparative des gestionnaires de projets
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The following is a comparison of project management software. General information[edit] Features[edit] Monetary features[edit] See also[edit] References[edit]

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Tudu Lists (Julien Dubois) Currently, Tudu Lists is NOT in active development anymore. At the beginning, Tudu Lists was the example application of French book "Spring par la pratique"... "(...) the authors commitment to providing a realistic sample application (rather than the simplistic effort that mars many books), is shown by the fact that Tudu Lists has become a viable open source project in its own right" -- Rod Johnson, Founder of the Spring Framework If you are French and interested by "Spring par la pratique", please see this section of the Website : Spring par la pratique Tudu Lists is an Open Source software, available on Github :

To do list, simple, easy, fast, sharable: Ta-da List Hello, We launched Ta-da List back in January of 2005 so everyone could have a fast and free to-do list app in their web browser. There wasn’t much out there that was good in 2005. My, how things have changed. HFH New Zealand’s “Fastest House in the World” HFH New Zealand’s “Fastest House in the World” Auckland, New Zealand - March 13, 1999 - If you didn’t see it, you might not believe it. But on Saturday, March 13, Habitat for Humanity New Zealand built a four-bedroom house in Auckland in 3 hours, 44 minutes and 59 seconds, from the floor to the roof, complete with curtains, mailbox, lawn, shrubs and fence. And yes, the lights worked, the shower sprinkled, and the loo flushed. In the process, the Manukau chapter of Habitat for Humanity became the fastest house builders in the world. “We made a significant decimation of the record,” said Habitat (NZ)’s Chief Executive Graeme Lee.

SMART Goals Once you have planned your project, turn your attention to developing several goals that will enable you to be successful. Goals should be SMART - specific, measurable, agreed upon, realistic and time-based. A goal might be to hold a weekly project meeting with the key members of your team or to organise and run a continuous test programme throughout the project. The acronym SMART has a number of slightly different variations, which can be used to provide a more comprehensive definition for goal setting: S - specific, significant, stretching M - measurable, meaningful, motivational Collaborative writing software online with Writeboard. Write, share, revise, compare. Hello, We launched Writeboard back in October of 2005 as a stand-alone service. A few years later we integrated Writeboards into Basecamp Classic and Backpack. Today, the vast majority of Writeboards are created inside those two products. As part of refocusing on Basecamp, we’ve decided to retire You’ll still be able to create Writeboards inside Basecamp Classic and Backpack, but you’ll no longer be able to start new stand-alone Writeboards here at

Westall Murray International At Westall Murray International, we are dedicated to innovation. But innovation needs to be done the right way. By this we don’t just mean that the innovation process itself needs to be done in the most effective way possible. We also want the end results to be truly beneficial to our clients, and we do not want to see a negative impact on society, culture, or the environment.

SMART criteria SMART is a mnemonic acronym, giving criteria to guide in the setting of objectives, for example in project management, employee-performance management and personal development. The letters S and M usually mean specific and measurable. The other letters have meant different things to different authors, as described below. Additional letters have been added by some authors. Webspiration Webspiration Classroom Service™ Designed for teachers and students in grades 5-12, Webspiration Classroom™ provides a safe and reliable online learning environment that helps students improve their writing and thinking skills. Proven visual learning methods give students a framework to brainstorm ideas, gather and organize information, build comprehension, and develop written essays, papers and reports. Educator and student resources, including lesson plan ideas and study tips, support curriculum integration, and online access facilitates peer review, collaboration and student-teacher interaction – engaging students, extending learning time and increasing achievement across the curriculum.