My Book: “Boiling the IT Frog”
How to Make Your Business Information Technology Wildly Successful
Without Having to Learn Anything Technical
- Why does software – which doesn’t wear out – have to be maintained?
- Why does IT infrastructure cost so much?
- Why can’t I specify a project’s scope, cost and schedule?
- How do we select the best projects for the business?
- How can we assure project success?
- How can we better define business requirements?
- How should IT be measured?
- Why do we need an IT strategy, and how do we create one?
- Should our IT be outsourced? Offshored?
- What responsibilities should IT have? Should business have?
- Why can’t I understand what my IT people tell me?
- Why isn’t Information Technology simple?
This book explains all of the things about IT that business people really need to know. This isn’t the technical stuff; it’s the IT issues caused by various factors outside the control of the IT group — the things that tend to make IT unsuccessful no matter who the people are in the IT or business roles. Take these factors into account in your planning, and your business IT will become wildly successful.
And as an added benefit, IT people reading the book can find out why their jobs are so difficult and unappreciated, and how to make those jobs more enjoyable.
Find out more:
- Excerpt from the book
- Q&A about the book
- Reviews of the book
- Table of Contents of the book (and list of secrets)
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