Knowledge Management is a bit of a fashion statement these days but institutionalised knowledge transfer can be key to running an effective business
Musings from David Norfolk, Practice Leader for Development & Governance.
Security is not an end in itself. Better to think in terms of the holistic governance of automated systems delivering better business outcomes.
Compuware's user experience and PPM tools work well together - and its mixing in BSM. Will this offer the business beter IT governance?
Using database technology effectively is important for the business
Good governance must be institutionalised for all, as a business benefit; not bolted on as a cost. Tools will help - if you have the right culture.
Advanced analytics are making widespread adoption of fact-based decision-making a reality. Nevertheless, this can be a disruptive innovation.
I take a broad view of "governance"; but fundamental to governance, to me, is information. A recent IBI Customer Day prompted some thoughts on this.
Automated development for good IT governance is an idea I first met over 20 years ago, so why is it still on the agenda and has anything changed?
Some time ago I had a bit of a rant about how the overall user experience available in the web today simply doesn't match the expectations of Web 2.0. Slow response times—or, even...
Well, there's been some interesting responses to my MDM tarpit blog and I have to admit that I was stating a slightly one sided case—but lots of people are explaining how MDM is just...