By Michael Krigsman on December 2, 2009
Failed IT often arises from two primary causes: unclear strategic goals or inability to bring together the moving parts that comprise project execution.
By Michael Krigsman on November 16, 2009
Large organizations continue to embrace Enterprise 2.0 as a viable addition to their business process toolbox, however resistance to change remains a challenge.
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged Andrew McAfee, CIO issues, Cultural issues, Enterprise 2.0, Failure 2.0, Governance, IT issues, Project strategy, Research and statistics, Social Enterprise
By Michael Krigsman on November 9, 2009
I chatted about enterprise issues and IT failure with Naomi Bloom and Nenshad Bardoliwalla, top enterprise experts willing to openly share what they know.
By Michael Krigsman on November 1, 2009
Every executive knows that gaining detailed and accurate information about his or her organization’s activities is a challenging and ongoing struggle. New techniques that reveal hidden vulnerabilities are now available.
Posted in Business, Featured Posts | Tagged CIO issues, Collective intelligence, Cultural issues, Decision making, Enterprise 2.0, Governance, Information technology, IT issues, Management, Project strategy, Risk, Tools, weak signals
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 1, 2009
To understand failed projects we need to look into dimensions of collaboration, relationships, and management. Here are seven common ways projects fail.