…aaaand we’re back! In today’s episode we pick up the discussion with Tom Gilb and bring up some very uncomfortable truths about the state of competence within IT, what the extremely failed public sector projects really are about (it’s not about serving tax payers btw), what you as a manager can do to maximise the likelihood of actually succeeding with your projects or initiatives and all kinds of fun things like that! There’s some pretty hard statements in there so if you are easily offended, you have been warned.
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But wait, there’s more! After the interview I will announce a little giveaway for all you listeners out there so check it out! If you have enjoyed the content of this show so far, you don’t want to miss it!
By Tom Gilb:
- Governeering: Government Systems Engineering Planning
- Value Management
- Value Agile – Mainly analysis of the Agile Manifesto
- Competitive Engineering: The Standards for Planguage
- Planguage Glossary
- Value Requirements book
- Value Requirements BCS Course, 3 Hour BCS course, 22 April 2020
- United Nations Sustainability Planning Book
- Systems Enterprise Architecture (SEA) BOOK, Free Download
- What is Wrong with Balanced Scorecard – Large case study of a confused mangement team at a large bank