As I wrote few days ago, I prepared few short articles.
I will alternate between technical and non-technical abstracts.
Each article comes from a simple consideration: for all the talking about “continuous improvement”, few organizations consider what is needed to seed innovation and self-sustaining improvement.
The book applies not only to IT in a specific industry, but also to other organizational environments: and it is better than most (paid) “brainstorming”.
Until few years ago, complexity was really endemic in few industries.
By delegating or outsourcing non-critical activities to external organizations, organizational complexity is now both easier to control and more common.
The first “batch” of articles will try to share some practical ideas based on experience.
Target: how to evolve old rules and approaches within the new technological and social framework.
In alphabetical order:
- Balancing Infrastructure
- Evolving standards
- Procurement 2.0
- The economics of cybersquatting
- The end of contracts