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best practices

Formulas and procedures that have proven successful in practice. In the IT world, best practices often refers to software development methodologies. See XP, RUP and Scrum.
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Overall, best practices in logistics procurement involve securing the right resources to implement logistics strategies and the appropriate management of these resources and suppliers.
This section compares common Storage Management practices with Storage Management best practices.
The goal of part two of this Best Practices report was to quantify what the media were talking about.
In 1997, the European Commission (EC) published Guidelines on Best Practice for Using Electronic Information, possibly the first (certainly the most significant) effort to define best practices in electronic records management in Europe.
This approach accelerates Best Practices becoming the organizational norm and intuitively applied.
Indeed, engineering best practices in the 1950s differ vastly from those of 2002, while the laws of physics remain the same, he says.
In keeping with its commitment to support industry best practices, Numara Software also provides Help Desk Institute Certified Training and industry-backed best practices courses to its customers to build skills and knowledge to improve all aspects of their service and support operations.
Included in the recognition ceremony will be the 21st Century Best Practice Award, as well as the Best Practice Awards for Distance Learning Programming and the Excellence in Distance Learning Teaching Awards.
Feuerstein, winner of Oracle Magazine's PL/SQL Developer of the Year for 2006, has identified solidifying best practices as the next major challenge for the PL/SQL community.
This is extremely beneficial to all participants as it allows them to determine the value of adopting suggested best practices, understand how IT drives performance, and track value realization.

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