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A Minimally Viable Process for Project Documentation

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  September 16, 2015

The amount of process and project documentation are usually problem areas that IT PMOs struggle with in their efforts to become more agile or to support ITs move to bimodal. ...

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Show Me the Requirements, I Will Show You the Solution

by Danny Brian  |  October 13, 2014

At Gartner Symposium in Orlando last week, I had just gotten off stage from my presentation "Rekindle the Fire in IT", rushing to my next meeting. En route, I overheard...

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Why You Absolutely Need a “Negative Nate” on Your Project Team

by Donna Fitzgerald  |  June 17, 2014

I found this quote from Ron Friedman of 99u interesting… “A study in Psychological Science found that when we work with others to reach a decision, we become overly confident in the...

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AADi Summit 2013

by Tom Murphy  |  November 30, 2013

As much as I dislike Las Vegas, I am excited for the Gartner's annual Dev conference and look forward to meeting with our clients. I am going to be trying...

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Quality and Automation, Partners in Enabling DevOps

by Tom Murphy  |  November 6, 2013

Recently we have seen a spate of highly visible application roll out failures.  Because of the exposure it seems like these may be "isolated" incidents but I feel they are...

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The Debt Collectors

by David Norton  |  October 25, 2013

 KNOCK  KNOCK  KNOCK – “Come on, open the door” “Just a minute, I am coming” says Jo the CIO as he walked slowly to the door.  He knew this day...

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The Need for Smarter Testing

by Tom Murphy  |  April 2, 2013

The Nexus Forces, in particular devices and the browser explosion, combined with the “money saving” BYOD movement are putting a tremendous squeeze on software testing organizations.  No longer is it...

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Can you teach an old dog?

by Tom Murphy  |  January 30, 2013

The old adage says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.  Microsoft, in the software world is certainly an old dog, but it seems to be learning “new tricks”...

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The Art of Simplicity

by Tom Murphy  |  October 24, 2012

The market has gained a many new products to aid with capturing software requirements through wireframes and prototypes.  While this is great, a conversation I had today with Vernalis Systems...

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Agile Spaces and Introverts what is the balance?

by Tom Murphy  |  October 11, 2012

Susan Cain, a former wall street lawyer shifted her career to match her original goal of being an author deliver a book this year on the power of introverts and...

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