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Dressing information technology in business clothes

Given what passes for appropriate business attire these days, it seems hard to imagine that we once made a big deal out of "casual Fridays."

(In the spirit of full disclosure, I have to admit that my own professional attire trajectory has gone the other way while a software engineering manager at Digital Equipment Corporation, I was once asked if I was part......

Full article >>> he inventory at this and another warehouse didn't go over the loading dock. It went out in smaller batches over a front desk where there were no RFID readers. Amazingly enough, the volume of missing inventory pretty much exactly matched the volume out the front door.

Turns out that the IT folks had actually asked their local warehouse folks about how stuff left the warehouse and got a "lo......

Full article >>> olution" once you've heard and understood some of the war stories about how business actually gets done in your organization.

That doesn't mean you won't ever change business processes to accommodate some well-thought out technology solution to the common problems of your given industry. It just makes good business sense to take advantage of efficiencies others have developed. However, be......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 03/23/05


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