By Michael Krigsman on April 19, 2010
The global head of Mead Johnson’s PMO shares his thoughts on SAP, system integrators, SaaS, and much more, in an exciting podcast.
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By Michael Krigsman on March 23, 2010
Over the past several years, our understanding of IT failure has evolved and deepened. It’s now time to start a new dialog focused on opportunity and success.
Posted in Trends & Concepts | Tagged CIO issues, Cloud Computing, Cultural issues, Devil's Triangle, Governance, Information technology, IT issues, Organization development, Organizational culture | Leave a response
By Michael Krigsman on March 8, 2010
Few subjects are as controversial, emotionally charged, and fraught with misunderstanding as establishing blame for failed IT projects.
By Michael Krigsman on February 1, 2010
A research proposal to improve the IT Devil’s Triangle by quantifying responsibility for failure or success.
By Michael Krigsman on January 29, 2010
The Devil’s Triangle and “pain chains” bind together enterprise customers, technology vendors, and system integrators in an unholy trinity that leads to failed projects.
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By Michael Krigsman on October 26, 2009
ZDNet open source blogger, Dana Blankenhorn, says open source software offers at least a partial solution to the problem of IT failures. Let’s examine that view.
By Michael Krigsman on October 4, 2009
The non-technical academic world has become interested in ethical issues surrounding IT failure and wasted resources. Here’s a presentation on failure I’m giving to a scholarly audience.
By Michael Krigsman on September 24, 2009
Some industry analysts contribute to IT failures by creating mismatched expectations between customers and vendors. Here’s how that happens.