Michael Krigsman

Michael Krigsman is recognized internationally as an analyst, strategy advisor, enterprise advocate, and blogger. Interact with Michael on Twitter at @mkrigsman.

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Enterprise SOA and Viennese Coffee (Sapphire, Vienna)

SAP is pushing the notion that SOA offers the promise of “non-” (ok, let’s be real and call it “less-“) disruptive projects. Through the use of SOA, the plan is to help customers enhance and upgrade their systems with less interference to the business operations those systems are designed to support.

May 14, 2007 by

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Sapphire Vienna

These last months have been a whirlwind of traveling, consulting and product development. I will be in Vienna next week for SAP’s Sapphire conference.

May 10, 2007 by

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Vendor Integrity

Dennis Howlett raises some questions to be used when evaluating lawyers and accountants. Similar guidelines could be applied when hiring consultants on IT projects.

January 3, 2007 by

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"Top 10 Lessons for IT Project Success"

Yesterday, I blogged about a rather uninspired article from Baseline Magazine, which described ten IT project pitfalls. In contrast, today I’m happy to share and excellent list of ten lessons for IT Project success, from CIO Insight magazine:Business processes should set the agenda, not technology.

January 3, 2007 by

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CIO Time Management Advice? $379

I’ve always had respect for Forrester Research, despite complaints such as this. Maybe the Christmas to New Year’s holiday interregnum is to blame, but a recent recent report advising CIOs on how to spend their time just seems obvious to me.

January 2, 2007 by

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Ten IT Project Pitfalls

Baseline Magazine published an article called “Top 10 Project Pitfalls You Can Avoid.” This list is hardy definitive, but does describe a bunch of good points:A project’s scope is too monolithic and gargantuan.

January 2, 2007 by

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Digg Spikes Its Vote

By now, most everyone has heard about Digg, the popular social networking news site. Digg users vote for news stories, hoping to elevate their favorites to front page status.

December 22, 2006 by

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