Monthly Archives: August 2011

System Questions for Due Diligence

When you are planning an important software system, even in the early stages — and especially in the stages before you talk with consultants and vendors, you should ask some serious questions about what you are trying to do.  Do you really have a … Continue reading

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The Due Diligence Checklist (Part 4)

Backed Into a Corner?  Think Again… Sometimes managers and business leaders feel like they have been backed into a corner.  Things are not the way they like, but they don’t believe they can do anything about it – perhaps due … Continue reading

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