Could PWC, SEC and others help me out here?When I read the resignation letter of Satyam’s CEO, it triggered a number of questions for me.
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Many writers explore just one tech sector. Brian looks at the entire tech ecosystem to better understand the often conflicted relationships between software vendors, integrators, outsourcers and more.
Brian is currently CEO of TechVentive, a strategy consultancy serving technology providers and other firms. He is also a research analyst with Vital Analysis.
The Enron of India (Probably!)The news today re: Satyam is really bad.
Overheard at the electronic water cooler....Check out the Alliance@IBM website for some interesting reading.
A Relevant and Robust Offering for today's IT organizationsI had a chance to speak with Marc Olesen – VP SaaS for HP Software and Solutions recently. We discussed HP’s offerings in the Project Portfolio Management (PPM) and IT Management spaces.
Big and Small, Local or International - Operational Excellence a Global MandateThe big news this weekend was that U.S.
How much money can you fit in a briefcase?The Economist, 12/20/2008, reported that Siemens pleaded guilty to bribery and corruption charges.
Sunday morning - 7 am – suburban ChicagoDriving down a major retail stretch of roadWhizzing past one closed retailer after another – many of these now closed for goodPass a worker removing signage from a failed retailerGoodbye 2008 Goodbye to an economy based not on what we needed or what we could affordGoodbye to a business economy that wasn’t connected to the basics of a solid business model for a number of years.
New Year’s Resolution – Help Satyam get a new owner and managementOn the 19th, I did a lengthy piece discussing the proposed and then rejected acquisitions Satyam’s management recently endorsed. Satyam is a major provider of outsourced services.
In my day, I’ve hired hundreds and hundreds of service professionals. And, like Southwest Airlines, I was always willing to interview (and often hire) jobseekers who were referred by co-workers, colleagues, employees and others whose opinion I respect.
SatireWhile many bloggers and mainstream tech pundits are pulling together their legitimate “Best of 2008” column or “Trends for 2009” predictions, I thought I’d take a different approach this holiday season. I’d like to send best holiday wishes to those tireless workers (and their army of 24/7 zombie computers) who craft the spam that fills up our in-boxes.