User involvement is the key to changing nonfunctioning IT departments. Involve the people that are going to use the system that you’re building, and you will get better results in less time for less money.
The Power of ParticipationView Post
I want to encourage you to retrospect to the task or project that you just finished. It allows you to learn from your past, and it applies to individuals as well as to teams.
I know that Organizations and Systems can make life hard. But when you can’t improve your current situation from within then you need to get out and start something new.
Embrace your Differences and Combine ForcesView Post
In the spirit of Christmas, I wish you more freedom and more happiness, and I hope I can help you a little in accomplishing that.
You better think about changes at an early stage. Already at the start of your project you need to think about what you can do to make it easy to change things at some point in the future.
Although change is a source of fear for many people, change is also natural for most businesses. Things hardly ever stay the way they are. Which presents us with a dilemma.
Be YouView Post
Interdepartmental Hassle is born when large enterprises are organized as one or more chains of activities while their Departments act like small businesses. This is another example why BIG companies can fail BIG Time.
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