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The Technology Adoption Life Cycle

Why are so many organizations reluctant to implement new technologies? Why do organizations often take a “wait and see” approach?

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Do Tech Companies Wield Too Much Power?

I recently did a guest post for ReadWriteWeb.

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Disposable Workers, Newton’s Third Law, and The Lock Down

What are the often overlooked risks facing organizations that rely on non-employees? If an organization’s goal is to minimize short-term cost savings, then it’s hard for me to argue against using consultants. Cost aside, contractors and temps have no employment contracts and we’re generally not covered by US labor laws.

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Is a Consultant Project Manager Truly Necessary?

The pros and cons of a dedicated PM.

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System Challenges in a Recession

These days, rare is the organization undertaking a major system initiative. On the contrary, many organizations are struggling to survive and carry out basic operations, trying to do more with fewer employees. This article focuses on system considerations for organizations in lean economic times with respect to enterprise systems.

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Employee Training in a Recession

There never are any guarantees when training is involved.

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Traditional or Milestone Consulting: Which is Best?

Read about the different types of arrangements for people like me.

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