Did you know that 75 percent of executives anticipate their organization’s software projects will fail? While IT projects are notoriously challenging to plan and measure, industry studies reveal that failure is common and just as costly as you think.
No matter your philosophy on agile, scrum, waterfall, or some mix in between, we feel there are few things every good project needs to be successful.
At this point, there is little that technology is incapable of doing. We can automate just about any process if an application doesn’t exist today – build it from scratch, and with AI and machine learning we have barely scratched the surface of what is possible. New technologies can be developed and scaled quickly, solving problems for millions in a few short years, months, or even days.
With technology, we can solve problems- we already know this. But how do we know if we are solving the right problems? Read More
The average employee has 62 meetings a month, spending 31 hours in unproductive meetings resulting in a $37 billion salary cost.
We all know the basics of meetings 101- have an objective, start and end on time, give everyone an opportunity to contribute, stay on topic, don’t hold excessive meetings, etc.
…mind-blowing stuff here I know.