Monthly Archives: January 2007

Ah, the Good ‘ol Days

I had the opportunity for a free therapy session. Christina Smart of JISC’s e-Learning Focus was kind enough to ask about my experiences at SUNY Learning Environments, and my efforts toward implementing a Service Oriented Architecture. The interview, Developing an … Continue reading

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I Have a Suggestion, “No more Suggestions!”

It seems like when organizations begin to explore “community” one of the first suggestions is to create a suggestion box. The idea is that end-users and stakeholders can contribute directly to the decision-making of the IT department by suggesting some … Continue reading

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“I Spy for the CIO”

I recently came across two interesting articles that got me thinking about the validity of my own work with Agile Project Management (APM). “Open-Source Spying,” by Clive Thompson, published in the December 3, 2006 of the New York Times Magazine. … Continue reading

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