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Analog people in the digital revolution

Youve heard the drumbeat about IT project failure rates. Youve probably heard mention of all the usual suspects like the lack of sponsor support, poor requirements and scope definition, lack of business relevance or bad communication. What might not be so apparent in all of this hand wringing is the real root cause. Its the people. None of the items listed are technology based. For each one, the s......

Full article >>> of some tense negotiation, you might be wondering about the claim that humans are more flexible than most technology. Certainly computers are more flexible than your average cat, but even those smart MIT computers work within an established set of parameters. People get grumpy about change, they drag their feet, but they can break out of established parameters when confronted with an unexpected o......

Full article >>> and narrow-mindedness. Sounds like a fun crowd, huh? Perhaps not, but Ill talk about ways to minimize these limitations and maximize the benefits of having analog humans as part of your digital revolution.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 06/09/04


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