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With tech implementations, it's NOT the methodology, stupid

Methodologies are often presented as the stuff of legends. Sit in any presentation by one of the large implementation companies, and by the fiftieth PowerPoint slide you'll likely be convinced that the methodology being presented will create a flawless implementation, nearly run itself, and eventually bring about world peace in our time.

Each company presen......

Full article >>> thodology cannot make up for shortcomings in these more important areas.

Again, if you're embarking on a road trip, the best maps in the world will not help if you have no car, driver's license, or gas.

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So what is one to do when comparing methodologies? All of them will sound reasonable, since they all are derived from the time-tested SDLC. Howev......

Full article >>> , run quickly in the opposite direction. A methodology alone never makes for a successful implementation.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Patrick Gray 04/23/07


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