Category Archives: Process

Disrupting the IT Services market: Consultancy 2.0

Some time ago I had dinner with SAP co-CEO Jim Snabe. Jim is a bright and talented individual and one of the topics we got into was the setting of unreasonable boundary conditions as a mechanism to get the best … Continue reading

Posted in People, Process, Technology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments

People, Process and Technology – is IT the new HR?

I created People, Process and Technology as the title of this blog because I believe that all three are the cornerstone of business and society and most people have a home base. They return to that home base when pressured … Continue reading

Posted in People, Process, Technology | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

Why does the tech community hate Enterprise IT?

I have a serious case of writers block, and a more serious case of insomnia. I wrote an blog on Tuesday entitled Why TechCrunch is boring, SAP is not, and the world has gone mad, and it went viral. I … Continue reading

Posted in People, Process, Technology | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

Why TechCrunch is boring, SAP is not, and the world has gone mad

It’s cold by the way. Winter finally arrived, I realised as I pondered SAP’s acquisition of SuccessFactors on the run into work. I can still feel the cold imbued from the run into the metal palmrest of my laptop as I write … Continue reading

Posted in Apple, People, Process, Technology | Tagged , , , , , | 80 Comments

The Sales-Delivery Paradox – Filling the Pre-sales Void

I remember my first job like it was yesterday. I worked for a BI consulting firm called InPhase Software Ltd. I got the job during my university holiday by writing a letter to all the local companies and including a CV. … Continue reading

Posted in People, Process, Technology | Leave a comment

The story behind the title photo – Part 2, Process

Now that we know the people involved in my first blog of this series “People”, we can start to discuss how process assisted me along the journey. In Enterprise IT we tend to like to think we have really well … Continue reading

Posted in Mountaineering, Process | Leave a comment