- RT @tarafdavis: The party of the Women's March and breaking glass ceilings just spent $10 million to run a privileged white male. Against a woman. #GA06, Apr 19
- RT @GaltsGirl: I might have to give up politics. Figuring out how to keep my own money is turning into a full time gig., Apr 19
- RT @Fred_Delicious: "Daddy, is the moon made of cheese?" "haha sure why not" [Neil DeGrasse Tyson rolls out from under bed] "Your father is a fucking liar Todd", Apr 18
- RT @prsync: Cashmere Yarn Worldwide Market by Region, Product Information, Application, and Forecast To 2021 https://t.co/8F23k9mMHk, Apr 19
- Hmmm. So many fake news outlets to choose from https://t.co/8YBwjkEdqK, Apr 19
- Found this gem at #WholeFoods. You made my wife happy terravalentine @ St Regis Atlanta Hotel &… https://t.co/aHBeo47wLr, Apr 15
- Your Future State Architecture is Wrong https://t.co/PIUQMr6vEu, Apr 12
- United Airlines and the Dollars and Cents of Customer Experience https://t.co/mAtbI3xtuU, Apr 12
- RT @jmj: The 60 Minutes piece on brain hacking + mobile products was incredible. A must watch for everyone in technology. https://t.co/LYGGUyT2Ez, Apr 11
- @marcuslemonis I wish The Partner was longer, more detailed series. It is kinda difficult to understand your selection after that short run, Apr 11
- RT @olivermarks: $3 trillion in daily commerce flows through #COBOL https://t.co/mbu6Qc0DYj, Apr 11
- Landed half hour ago. No one can figure out why the jetway doesn't work. Apparently airstairs or other solutions are just right out. @united, Apr 11
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EA Program Archive
Posted on February 23, 2011 | 2 CommentsYou can quote all the learning management, skills management, performance management and professional development plan statistics you want, but we all know that title misdirection thrives in large Fortune 500 companies. It's like a tapeworm in a Mexican restaurant: it is a target-rich environment. It isn't endemic to IT, but it seems to be especially pernicious in this critical field.
Posted on November 2, 2010 | 1 CommentOn the back of my comments regarding metrics, a natural question arises. Namely, provided you are able to identify the correct measurements to take in the course of assessing the success or failure of any particular program, what is there to be said about interpretation of those measurements?
Posted on October 8, 2010 | No CommentsHow can a business be effective and compete in the market if the leaders don't have a clue what they're spending? Is it because they don't want to know, can't know or just haven't taken the time to know? I'm not sure which option is worse, to be honest.
Posted on October 5, 2010 | No CommentsSuggesting architecture in general, or enterprise architecture in particular, doesn't add value or is otherwise a fiscal black hole is akin to declaring that badly executed means discredits the ends. The objective of enhancing Business-IT alignment is a worthy one. Just because a bunch of charlatans over time have discredited one method of achieving that alignment doesn't mean we shouldn't bother.