Business agility is nearly universally acknowledged to be a prime goal for companies looking to make themselves sustainable in the VUCA world in which we currently operate. Achieving it requires a journey of transformation and continual evolution.
Data Lifecycle Management focuses on data governance, data cleansing and quality, and data stewardship. The rubric applies to articles that focus primarily on the high-level preparation, flow, and use of data through an organization, rather than with one single facet such as storage or analysis.
IT administrators have used failure metrics for decades to track the reliability and performance of their infrastructure, whether it be PC hardware, networks, or servers.… Read More »The 12 Key Metrics Every Data Engineer Must Care About
In this interview, I spoke with Husan Mahey, author of “Robotic Process Automation with Automation Anywhere,” where he outlines step-by-step the process for setting up… Read More »The Business Impact of Robotic Process Automation
I am honored to collaborate on this week’s blog with Fran Willis White, an industry expert on the role of change leadership and employee empowerment… Read More »Wanna become Value-driven? Time for a Culture Shift!
In my previous article, I discussed Waterfall, WaterScrumFall, big-A Agile, and business agility. Dissonance abounds among organizations struggling to transition their approaches to building solutions… Read More »Can Starting with Waterfall Lead to Better Agile? Part II
Waterfall, WaterScrumFall, Agile and Agility We should all be aware that business agility is the primary enabler for companies seeking sustainability. In the past, companies… Read More »Can Starting with Waterfall Lead to Better Agile? Part I
Software licensing exists in the space between digital services and the real world. Often, a license will denote the number of active users permitted to… Read More »The Technological Arms Race of Software Licensing
Stakeholder Journey Maps are a fabulous tool to intimately understand what a stakeholder is trying to accomplish (their objectives and intentions) and the steps/actions/decisions that… Read More »Using Stakeholder Journey Maps to Re-invent, not Just Optimize, Your Business Processes