Monthly Archives: October 2014

The most common reasons that prevent IT to reach full potential – 2nd: Too manual process

  1st reason – Do you know your process ? Our second post is about the manual processes that are so common in IT shops. IT specializes in analyzing and automating business processes. Every IT group knows how to automate … Continue reading

Posted in IT | 11 Comments

The most common reasons that prevent IT to reach full potential – 1st: Do you know your process?

In this series of posts I’m going to share with you what are the most common reasons (from my point of view) that prevent IT departments in most companies from reaching their full potential and becoming an integral part of … Continue reading

Posted in IT | 12 Comments

How do you make sure that your team is focused on your strategic goals (Kai-Zen)

One of our continuous improvement goals is to make sure that all of our IT resources are utilized by our associates to push forward our strategic IT goals. One can spend a lot of time and effort to communicate IT … Continue reading

Posted in IT | 2 Comments

Integration Reference Model

Following my last post about using visuals to communicate IT architecture direction, I thought it will be good idea to also share our integration reference model, which has been compiled by our enterprise architecture group. This visual helps us to … Continue reading

Posted in IT | Leave a comment