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The Technology Adoption Life Cycle

PhilSimon - May 6, 2010

I have spent time this week working on new piece for Cutter on emerging technologies such as cloud computing and…

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Business Sponsorship

Peter James Thomas - April 8, 2010

  Strong business sponsorship is generally cited as a major success factor for IT projects. From one perspective this is…

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Recently Read 02/10/2010

PhilSimon - February 15, 2010

A few highlights from the blogosphere this week: The Relational Database This is an interesting–if long–post on the future of…

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The Practice Mentality

PhilSimon - November 27, 2009

I’ve always been a sports junkie and, in particular, a fan of SportsCenter.  Hey, we all need our escapes from…

CRM
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The Chopping Block: Three Questions to Ask When Considering Cutting Features from an IT Project

PhilSimon - November 13, 2009

I am often involved with projects that are running behind schedule and over budget. Such is life of an IT…

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Blog-Bout: “Risk” versus “Monopoly”

JimHarris - October 13, 2009

A “blog-bout” is a good-natured debate between two bloggers. This blog-bout is between Jim Harris and Phil Simon, where they…

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Five Parallels Between Golf and IT Projects

PhilSimon - October 12, 2009

On my recent trip to Las Vegas, I was able to play a few amazing courses, including the TPC at…

Business Intelligence
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“Why do CFOs and CEOs hate IT? – ERP” – Thomas Wailgum at CIO.com

Peter James Thomas - April 27, 2009

This is my second article in response to pieces by Thomas Wailgum at CIO.com (you can read the first one…

Business Intelligence
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Recipes for success?

Peter James Thomas - April 22, 2009

I should acknowledge that I am indebted to a conversation that I had with John Collins on his blog, Views…

Business Intelligence
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Tactical Meandering

Peter James Thomas - March 25, 2009

  tactics /táktiks/ n.pl. 2 a the plans and means adopted in carrying out a scheme or achieving some end. (O.E.D.)   meander…