By Michael Krigsman on January 14, 2010
“Governance” is a badass sounding phrase that simply means establishing policies to enable consistent management by exception. But many governance initiatives are doomed to fail.
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By Michael Krigsman on January 13, 2010
Communication gaps are probably responsible for more failed projects than any other reason; it’s a tough problem to solve.
By Michael Krigsman on January 9, 2010
This photo sparked my thinking regarding silos and the so-called gap between IT and lines of business.
By Michael Krigsman on January 8, 2010
Let’s face it, enterprise software is pretty dry, but sometimes there’s drama — even if it’s kind of lame.
By Michael Krigsman on January 7, 2010
How does one create small systems that address similar requirements as large ones? It’s a basic matter we need to consider.
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By Michael Krigsman on December 29, 2009
Dilbert shows us a great example of poor alignment between IT and the lines of business.
By Michael Krigsman on December 28, 2009
Human and organizational factors such as politics, information silos, and change management generally underlie IT success and failure.
By Michael Krigsman on December 21, 2009
Here are three predictions for success in 2010 – a far cry from my usual posts on IT failure.
By Michael Krigsman on December 18, 2009
Recent discussions have brought attention to the important and evolving role of governance in the world of service-oriented architecture (SOA). These issues are highly relevant to anyone who wants to understand deeper levels of social computing.
By Michael Krigsman on December 17, 2009
Although geeky eggheads may become enamored by cool technology, real users care about solving practical, day-to-day business problems. We call that adoption.
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