Blog Posts in Chronological Order
I was recently asked about the role of the Scrum Product Owner as it relates to earned value management (EVM). EVM is a traditional project management technique that provides a set of metrics to evaluate effort spent (work/schedule/cost) against plan...
“There comes a time in every rightly-constructed boy's life when he has a raging desire to go somewhere and dig for hidden treasure.” – Mark Twain, the Adventures of Tom Sawyer
You’re familiar with Kinect, right – the motion sensing video game console by Microsoft for Xbox 360? The webcam-style add-on enables players to interact with video games without a game controller, merely through gestures and spoken commands...
As consumers and business executives travel through their lives, personally and professionally, they tend to do so with several devices in hand and in tow. Marketers now know this truth; however, many still have not fully...
Salesforce to Salesforce is a native force.com feature to share data records in real time between two Force.com environments (orgs).
A challenge for most IT Executives is showing return on investment after outsourcing their Help Desk to a third party. Although money is a major consideration, it is not the only factor to consider when deciding to use a service provider...
A picture paints a thousand words as the saying goes. I’ve also heard some people say that a map is just a “pretty picture.” But a map is much more than a pretty picture...
In my previous blog, I explored why many projects continue to fail even though the causes of failure are widely known. This blog addresses Cause #1 – lack of user involvement, which is largely a result of insufficient requirements management...
I enjoyed my experience at SXSW last week. I learned so much about the industry, my fellow creative, and myself. SXSW was a great opportunity to network with other creative and learn about future trends and breakthroughs in the interactive and design...
COBOL continues to support over 85% of the world’s business transactions. But new architectures, disruptive technologies and a shifting business landscape demand constant change – and drive the need for more innovation.
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