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Beyond IT Failure
Michael Krigsman is a recognized authority on the causes and prevention of IT failures.
Michael Krigsman is an internationally recognized analyst, strategy advisor, and authority on enterprise software leadership, CIO innovation, and social business. Interact with Michael on Twitter at @mkrigsman.
Design thinking offers an alternative to the rigidity of traditional project management and can help drive successful projects.
Traditional approaches can isolate project goals from business outcomes. The solution is bringing project managers closer to those working in lines of business.
Migrating high-volume software products to cloud-based delivery can be a difficult challenge. Here's insight into Intuit's story.
The analysis of IT failures can yield great insight and help guide us toward success. Here is advice for anyone who wants to discuss failures in public.
Although the technical aspects of project management are important, they are not sufficient to ensure real success. For that, we need a more strategic approach.
Traditional enterprise has come under fire from both disillusioned users and unhappy managers.
Yet again, we open the thorny debate of enterprise vs. consumer software.
A new breed of pure cloud software vendors is poised to take on established enterprise players.
Economics, politics, and denial militate against successful projects. Here's how to stop a failure in mid-stream.