9 years, 1 month ago

Observations on Silos

In this posting Richard Veryard  examines the value of silos and silo thinking in organizations. In some ways silos are necessary organizational mechanisms because they place boundaries on functional activities. However they are also creature…

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9 years, 1 month ago

Troux Wins Best EA Solution Award

For the third consecutive time, Troux Technologies has received the prestigious “Best Solution Award” from the Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA.) Troux was selected by a peer-vote among the nearly 230 senior-level government…

9 years, 1 month ago

Troux Wins Best EA Solution Award

For the third consecutive time, Troux Technologies has received the prestigious “Best Solution Award” from the Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA.) Troux was selected by a peer-vote among the nearly 230 senior-level government…

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9 years, 1 month ago

(EA) Presentation Tips from Bolt | Peters

As EA’s, we use communication as one of our main tools.  I am always on the lookout for information and tips on how to present (in fact, how to *communicate* – bidirectionality is important).  So before you take one on the chin and are ‘bout to…

9 years, 1 month ago

eReaders for Kids

Barnes and Noble has introduced a $149 Wi-Fi version of its Nook eReader. This has now reached a price point where I think parents may consider purchasing one for their children. Having recently moved, I know where my budget for book purchases has gone recently: kids books. This ranges from learning to read books all […]

9 years, 2 months ago

Shibboleths and Red Herrings: Complexity? It’s Complicated!

In a previous post I made some claims about complexity in organisational systems: Complexity is neither good or bad. There is no such thing as a complex system. No rule can express the relationship between the operational cost of a system and its compl…

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