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Finally a business transformation book that matters!

Reading business books can at times lead to frustration and disappointment. You often buy a bestseller that fails to hit the spot or a tome that goes off in multiple tangents and loses its meaning. 363 more words

REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS – Part 4

These business requirement requirements are controversial. There are several reasons, but they all boil down to time and money. The principal objection is that creating and publishing well-written requirements becomes too daunting a task when there are thousands of requirements to list. 33 more words

Business Analysis

Transformational Leadership for Big Data & Analytics Success - Part 3: Organizational Design & Cultural Adoption

In the two previous installments of this series, I focused my viewpoint on;

1.- Defining a Leadership Paradigm for Big Data & Analytics Success

2.- Establishing Top-Down Accountability… 980 more words

REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS - Part 3

Business requirements are not exactly specifications, but they are close. They “specify” an understanding of your business model in terms that can be communicated clearly to other members of your team. 32 more words

Business Analysis

Why Collaboration Is a Top Concern for Every Leader

Originally published on LinkedIn (read original).

Senior leaders regularly share with me their concerns about the level of collaboration in the company. They often mention the lack of cross-organizational collaboration they experience, and how this is hindering the company to execute its strategy successfully. 532 more words

Business Transformation

REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS - Part 2

This is getting pretty technical, but bear with me while I try to get through the next part quickly. The next few concepts are essential, but they can also be controversial. 191 more words

Business Analysis

Is Your Team like Germany or Argentina?

Is your team like Germany or Argentina? Is your team comprised of a team of players who have collectively reached the very highest levels of performance? 2,066 more words

Cloud Computing