Why Every Small Company Needs a Disaster Recovery Plan

Does your company have a Plan B? Small company owners often don’t give enough thought to how they would respond to an unexpected natural disaster, data loss, or financial emergency, and when the unthinkable happens, they are left scrambling for a solution. Chances are that solution, however, will prove ineffective. Here are a few sobering […]
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5 Key Ingredients to Program Initiation

“Programs can be set for success or for failure, it all happens during initiation” When program initiation is done the wrong way, a program will undoubtedly fail.  This does not mean that when it’s done right, a program will succeed, but it does mean that the program will have a good chance of success and […]
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Control Your Continuous Integration and Deployment

If you’re thinking about moving to a DevOps environment you should know that you get to decide how integrated your “continuous integration” is and how continuous your “continuous deployment” is. Much will depend on how you want to manage your risks (and which risks you want to manage). When I talk to my clients about DevOps they often […]
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How You Can Avoid the User Requirements Dance

Asking questions is the only way to find out what the “real” user requirements are — what the other person really wants. But there’s a great deal more to asking the right questions than knowing the difference between open-ended and close-ended questions (in fact, there’s really no such thing as a truly open-ended question). Here’s what to ask that will let the […]
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Extra Efficiency In 2017 with Program Management

“Increasing public-efficiency, including program management, by 1% could save the U.S. Federal Government $995 billion, by 2025.” __  Coup d’Etat:  Radically rethinking Public Services –  Accenture, 2015. In light of the new Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act (PMIAA), S.1550 just signed by President Obama, requiring the adoption of Government-wide program management standards, policies and […]
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