Tag Archives: Disruptive Innovation

Will we ever ‘just say “no”?’

One of the glorious ironies of IT is that the CIO, the executive with “Information” in their job title, is frequently the least well equipped member of the management team when it comes to data. Information about project status comes … Continue reading

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Testing times for system designers

Many studies have shown that the cost of finding defects in applications increases exponentially the further the defect remains undetected through the lifecycle. Some studies (Microsoft, National Institute of Science and Technology) have estimated that this may be as much … Continue reading

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Thinking about focus

I’ve been out and about lately and seen an increasing number of organizations that are heralding their evolution into modern businesses because they have updated their infrastructure for speed and they have implemented systems to keep them aligned with the … Continue reading

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From the Innovation Games Summit

If you would like to check out the presentation from the Innovation Games Summit you can see it here. The Social IT Game: Myers-Briggs for IT Organizations from The Innovation Games® Company on Vimeo.

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Upcoming presentations – see you there

We’ve be experimenting with a new way of interacting with IT executives to determine how they see their roles and their peers roles in the organization. Using what we call the Social-IT Game, we set team members the task of … Continue reading

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