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  • The Creative Genius behind Digital Business Success

    The Creative Genius behind Digital Business Success

    The recent Gartner Magic Quadrant report for Integrated IT Portfolio Analysis (IIPA) states: “Success in digital business hinges on combining new, disruptive technologies with a...

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  • Making Great Solution Architectures

    Making Great Solution Architectures

    The devil is in the detail when you create IT solutions.  There are so many things to consider, from architectural complexity, innovation, reliability, standards conformance, market...

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  • IT Portfolio Management: A Rose is a Rose

    IT Portfolio Management: A Rose is a Rose

    If analyst interest is any indication of the significance of a topic, then IT portfolio management is something to start paying attention to.

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  • Digitalization Brings Artistry to IT

    Digitalization Brings Artistry to IT

    Oh, digital is fun! It brings so much more artistry into the realm of IT. Take SAFe (Scalable Agile Framework) as an example. SAFe has “strategic themes” instead of just straight ol’...

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  • Throw Everything You’ve Got at GDPR

    Throw Everything You’ve Got at GDPR

    A previous posting in our series of articles on the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) asserted that – more than anything - GDPR is a business problem.

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  • Digitalization: Nothing Comes from Nothing

    Digitalization: Nothing Comes from Nothing

    While listening to a colleague go on about the effort that needs to go into cutting IT operations spending to increase budget for digitalization projects, Julie Andrews came to mind.

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  • In Defense of Complexity

    In Defense of Complexity

    As the singer Boots Electric sings: “It’s so easy without complexity.” Well thank you, Boots, for stating the obvious, but it ain’t gonna happen; at least not in IT.

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  • Think Fast, Then Slow: Duality Defines our World

    Think Fast, Then Slow: Duality Defines our World

    In his book, “Thinking, Fast and Slow”, Daniel Kahnemann describes two types of thinking. 

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