Top ten failure lists are a dime a dozen. This one is exceptional because the guy who compiled it wrote the book on this subject.
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.
Here in Boston, I've been writing a paper describing how packaged solutions can improve enterprise software implementations and reduce failures. It's an important topic about which you will hear lots more during 2011.
We in the technology business sometimes take ourselves just a tad bit too seriously. Sometimes, I think it's a good idea to completely let our minds wander elsewhere.
As we move toward the end of another year, I hope your bare trees bloom into successful and delightful experience. This photo shows the cloudy sky ahead of tomorrow's snow blizzard, here in Boston.
Less than 24 hours after receiving heated criticism from analysts, ERP vendor, Infor, canceled a controversial customer referral program.
Infor's anonymous referral program appears to undermine the foundation of trust between advisors and their clients.
Most enterprise software is boring, despite playing an important (and often hidden) role in modern life. Here are five ways to make enterprise software sexy.
Part two of this series adds more background, building to the discussion of what makes enterprise software sexy.
This past week, three events took place that will unexpectedly transform the boring world of enterprise software into an exciting, competitive, and fun place. Part 1 starts the story.
Great management advice for running successful project, portfolio, team, or anything else.