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If you've followed this column, you know I have a penchant for the CSI side of project management and innovation. I can't imagine why CBS won't return my calls suggesting a spinoff. "CSI: Project Management" has such a ring to it.

What's caught my investigator's eye most recently is the flurry of news about Acela, the fast train service along the Eastern Cor......

Full article >>> political pressures, tight budgets, contested regulations, and design changes."

So what's a business-driven person to do? Roll over and accept that IT will always cost more and deliver less than one hoped? Not exactly. A good first step to synching up expectations and realized value is to understand what kind of technology you're dealing with. Technologies that have become commodities beh......

Full article >>> nt and big budgets until you've completed a few iterations and experiments. It's fairly unusual to bring innovation in by the trainload.

The space program is a good example of innovation done well. Yes, I said the space program. Much of our current hand-wringing about the space program ties directly back to not understanding whether we're buying commodity space travel or whether its still......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 05/04/05


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