See my very first posting on this blog for a detailed discussion of what I’m trying to achieve here.
In a nutshell, per CIO Magazine, 6-19-2009: “Kretzman, a 25-year IT and online veteran, shares thoughts on focusing product and application development as well as enhancing and maintaining world-class operations. He also points out that many departments survive by hiding inefficiencies, oversights and missed opportunities.”
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I consider myself a perennial student of IT practices, norms, and critical success factors. A key (and frequently updated) page on this site is my “Recommended Reading“, where I link to key books in the field, as well as specific posts that have discussed notable books.
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