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What the business wants from IT and what it gets from IT can often be very different things. This may not purely be the fault of either the business or IT but be a fault in the very nature of … Continue reading
Since time immemorial guilds had developed language used to communicate ideas and concepts to their members. This language, once established, was also used to exclude non-members from being able to understand their ‘secrets’ unless they became accepted and inducted into … Continue reading
Good communication is at the heart of a successful business. Not so often, fortunately, communication takes the form of a monologue with one party telling what it is they think they want to have done. The resultant business outcome may … Continue reading