By Vinnie Mirchandani on October 7, 2010
One of the most enjoyable case studies I wrote for the book was about the BP CTO group. It is a remarkable band of 12 professionals (yes, just 12) that has over the last decade pioneered – typically years ahead of mainstream adoption -the application of innovative technologies such as sensory networks and predictive analytics […]
By Michael Krigsman on June 24, 2010
In some organizations, Pollyanna-like tendencies emerge whenever they plan new projects, leading to inevitable failure.
By Michael Krigsman on June 11, 2010
Reports suggest that several IT failures may have contributed to the BP oil spill. More importantly, the spill represents a deep state of failed leadership inside BP.
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By Tom Raftery on May 7, 2010
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And here are this week’s Green numbers:
BP ‘facing £15bn loss’ over Gulf of Mexico oil spill | Business | The Guardian
It doesn’t pay to pollute.
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster is likely to cost BP $23bn (£15bn) and its shares can be expected to lag behind those of its […]
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