By Michael Coté on February 22, 2010
ALM needs to help speed up software delivery.
By Sig Rinde on February 19, 2010
A Project is a temporary activity or sequence of activities with a specific goal initiated by an issue, an idea or a request, often with multiple participants. It is usually unstructured, at least somewhat unpredictable and hence Barely Repeatable. There…
By Michael Krigsman on February 16, 2010
It’s time to starting thinking about the CEO’s role in determining the success or failure of IT initiatives.
By Michael Krigsman on February 3, 2010
Panorama Consulting today released results of a study comparing gaps between customer expectations and actual results achieved on ERP projects.
By Maggie Fox on February 2, 2010
Social Media Group is one of the world’s largest independent social media agencies, and we are growing, growing, growing! As a result we’re looking to add more awesomeness to our team, in a variety of different roles. BUT – before we get into the nitty gritty, I think it’s really important that we share some […]
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.
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged Altimeter Group, Bob Warfield, CIO issues, Cultural issues, Devil's Triangle, Due diligence, IT issues, Politics, project management, Vendor relationships
By R "Ray" Wang on January 18, 2010
The Era Of CIO Dictatorships Ends With 2009
Less than 5 years ago, the mighty CIO controlled his or her organization’s destiny by shepherding multi-million dollar projects and ruling with a fist. Business leaders had to pay homage to the IT team and they hated it. The economic crisis, advent of the cloud and SaaS, and […]
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged 2010, application development, Architecture, business drivers, Business Models, Business process, change, CIO, Cloud Computing, disruptive, disruptive technologies, enteprise architecture, enterprise applications, enterprise apps, Enterprise apps strategy, Enterprise architecture, Enterprise Business Apps, enterprise software, future of business, information management, Infrastructure, macro conditions, next gen cio, pace of technology adoption, procurement, project management, SaaS, security, skill shifts, software as a service, Sourcing, user strategy, vendor management, workplace dynamics
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.
Posted in Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged CIO issues, Cultural issues, Enterprise 2.0, Failure 2.0, Governance, IT issues, PaaS, project management, SaaS, Service-oriented architecture, SOA, Social Enterprise | 1 Response
By Michael Krigsman on December 15, 2009
Here are slides from my presentation at the Babson College Center for Information Management Studies (CIMS), covering how to understand and prevent failed IT projects.