Build, Buy or Borrow: a Talent Strategy for Success in the Cloud

Scott Mullins, Worldwide Financial Services Business Development at AWS, shares his insights into building a successful cloud team. Scott MullinsWorldwide Financial Services Business Development at AWS   If you’re a homeowner, you evaluate “build, buy or borrow” scenarios all the time. Tackling a landscaping project in your backyard is a good example. You could build […]

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Weigh the pros and cons of cloud computing

Some enterprises rush to public cloud for greater efficiency and lower costs — but those perks don’t always come easy. Explore cost and performance implications before you migrate. An article from searchcloudcomputing.   As businesses increasingly assess whether to move their applications to the public cloud, third-party tools have emerged to aid in the decision-making […]

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Agile Practices in Fixed-Price Contracts

An article published on Cloud TP Ensuring a successful client engagement requires that all parties involved live by the Agile principles and values.   In fixed-price contracts, the payment amount does not depend on the resources used or time expended. This type of contract is usually preferred by clients, since they think it puts all […]

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6 Reasons Why Your Cloud Strategy Must Include a Plan for Change

An article from Cloud TP Cloud computing is transformational. Focusing solely on the technology without dedicating a significant amount of time and resources on organizational change and process reengineering can lead to suboptimal results. We have seen the same story play out over the years. A new disruptive technology appears and companies dive head first […]

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8 simple rules for achieving ‘Lean IT’

An article from ZDNet. There’s a tension between development and production that occurs across all businesses. For IT, it often means development versus operations. Managers that master “lean approaches” can learn to synchronize these two sides of the business. That’s the view of “Lean IT” guru Steve Bell, who recently released a video of his […]

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How Change Management Changed in 2017 and What’s Next in 2018

Last year around this time I predicted 3 Ways Change Management will Change in 2017. So what happened? By Jason Little – Chief Bot Wrangler at Leanintuit 1) More cross-pollination of Agile and CM Without citing specific articles (there have been far too many), my Linked In feed was utterly cluttered with Agile-this, and Agile-that. I’d […]

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Les intitulés de poste créatifs peuvent stimuler les salariés

Ils aident à réduire le nombre de burn-out et à augmenter la satisfaction. Les intitulés de poste ne suscitent généralement pas beaucoup d’enthousiasme. Ils sont imprimés sur des cartes de visite, mentionnés sur des pages LinkedIn ou utilisés lors de présentations officielles. Cependant, certaines entreprises les voient comme une occasion d’être créatif. Songez à Disney, qui […]

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Les clés du management? Demandez aux dauphins

Le directeur du parc du delphinarium d’Antibes explique les leçons que le travail avec les cétacés, dauphins et orques, donnent sur les relations en entreprises. La clé de la réussite en entreprise? Pour le Britannique Jon Kershaw, c’est simple: il suffit de savoir travailler avec les orques et les dauphins. Au Marineland d’Antibes, dans le […]

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