Andy Mulholland has a nice post over at the Capgemini CTO blog, which points out that we have a strange aversion to the colour red. Having red on your balanced scorecard is not necessarily a bad thing, as it tells
The IT departments many of us work in today (either as an employee or consultant) are often the result of thirty or more years of diligent labour. These departments are designed, optimised even, to create IT estates populated with large,
Have we managed to design agility out of enterprise IT? Are the two now incompatible? Our decision to measure IT purely in terms of cost (ROI) or stability (SLAs) means that we have put aside other desirable characteristics like responsiveness,
Another week and another collection of interesting ideas from around the internet. As always, thoughts and/or comments are greatly appreciated. Information Overload? [Innovation Leadership Network] Are we collapsing under the mass of information available today? Or has this always been
As Andy Mullholland pointed out in a recent post, all too often we manage our businesses by looking out the rear window to see where we’ve been, rather than looking forward to see where we’re going. How we use information
We all know that data is valuable; without it it would be somewhat difficult to bill customers and stay in business. Some companies have accumulated masses of data in a data warehouse which they’ve used to drive organizational efficiencies or performance improvements. But do we ever ask ourselves when is the data most valuable?