Well-known expert on why IT projects fail, CEO of Asuret, a Brookline, MA consultancy that uses specialized tools to measure and detect potential vulnerabilities in projects, programs, and initiatives. Also a popular and prolific blogger, writing the IT Project Failures blog for ZDNet. Frequently quoted by the press on topics related to IT management.
By Michael Krigsman on December 10, 2014
One of the top entrepreneurial educators in the world offers essential advice to both startups and large companies.
By Michael Krigsman on December 5, 2014
John Halamka is one of the top CIOs in the world. His approach to crisis management offers lessons for every IT and business leader.
By Michael Krigsman on December 4, 2014
Alex Osterwalder is among the most influential proponents of business model innovation in the world. His practical advice for startups and the enterprise is essential reading.
By Michael Krigsman on November 21, 2014
While chief information officers have made great strides to become more strategic and valuable, they’re often still regarded as an “itinerant specialists” rather than long-term strategic partners to CEOs.
By Michael Krigsman on November 14, 2014
New research demonstrates profound challenges facing IT and Chief Information Officers. CIOs who are “IT survivors” will build strategic relationships with stakeholders and other constituencies.
By Michael Krigsman on October 30, 2014
A new global CIO study from Deloitte sheds light on why CIOs and IT have a tough time. The data offers lessons on how to fix the problem.
By Michael Krigsman on October 14, 2014
The selection of US Chief Information Officer must be an innovative Washington IT insider. Anyone else is doomed to fail.
By Michael Krigsman on October 6, 2014
As President Obama seeks a new U.S. Chief Information Officer, it’s time to examine the opportunities and obstacles associated with this important role.
By Michael Krigsman on September 29, 2014
Lisa Davis, CIO at Georgetown University, explains how colleges and universities must adapt to the changing landscape of technology in education.
By Michael Krigsman on September 15, 2014
Innovation requires rethinking how we do business. Here is a proposed approach for HR to re-examine how it serves the needs of Millennial workers.