What is your focus point?

It may sound strange, but it is true! Technology projects revolve around the Sponsor’s focus point! The Project team, vendors, and Business executives ensure to keep the Sponsor in confidence. Ultimately, as a Sponsor, you are accountable for the project. You...

Why is every project different?

Project delivery teams love to standardise things, so it is easy to rinse and repeat! In the Project execution, the repeatable steps are easy to replicate and automate. Further, it increases the efficiency and profitability of the delivery teams. Standardising project...

How to make swift decisions and choices?

Observing yourself is a fascinating thing to do. While parking my car in the city, when I see too many parking spots, I often catch myself taking my time deciding where to park. When there are too many choices, I take my time to select the best one. So, no other car...

Don’t fool yourself; life is not fair!

Life has gifted us with expectations. We expect things to happen in specific ways. We assume that if we do the right thing, life will return good to us. We plan and think that we have things under control. Then, life does what it has always done! We get bitter...

Are your requirements futureproof? Serious question!

Let me ask you: Are your requirements futureproof? I know it is a tricky question to answer. How can anyone predict the future? But, we must have a vision for the future. When you buy a new house to live in, you may not know your exact requirements. However, you may...

Why we need Enterprise Architecture?

Have you ever considered the following questions before implementing the ERP? Enterprise Architecture (EA) is not a discipline of producing nice drawings. Instead, EA practice is meant to answer these fundamental questions before embarking on the ERP journey. This is...

What is listening? Why listening is too hard?

Since morning, I have pondered the various facets of this question: What is listening? Here are a few leading thoughts: Many of us assume that listening is – not speaking. So, if we are not talking in the conversation, we are listening to the other person....