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Talking Non-Tech

IT architects often pride themselves on their technical knowledge. Tasked with designing a system from end-to-end and taking responsibility for that design, they need to ensure the details are right. 759 more words


Managing a Social Media Crisis

Community engagement always has the potential to spark controversy and require crisis management. Sometimes that can occur despite the best of intentions and engagement approaches. 1,397 more words


Going Beyond Spreadsheets & CRMs

You’re only as strong as your weakest link, which in community engagement can be the systems you use for stakeholder relationship management.

You could be the Usain Bolt of effective community engagement, but without a capable system to channel your results, you’ll be stuck at the starting line. 750 more words


Stakeholder Management System Tour!

If you’re reading this, you most likely engage in public consultation and therefore understand the need for Stakeholder Management.

You know that when it comes to your community engagement, having user-friendly software for public participation is vital. 95 more words


Tricks of the Product Management Trade

Every profession has tactics used by experienced practitioners to be more efficient and productive. Product management is no exception, and in the past few years I have picked up a few tricks of the PM trade that I believe are worth sharing. 393 more words


Requirements and leadership, not design, are the keys to architecture

Many IT engineers aspire to be architects. They want to dictate the course of their products or services, leading their fellow engineers. To do so, they focus on designing the best and largest systems, learning all about design patterns, notations and understanding technology from top-to-bottom. 656 more words

Software Architecture

Managing increasing insight demands on a decreasing budget

  • Do you have multiple stakeholders with different research requests?
  • Do you have a limited research budget that needs delicately managing to optimise impact?
  • Do stakeholders need support to understand what research can and can’t do to help them?
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