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Plus Ça change, plus c'est la même chose

When a system “fails” after several years, there is no accountability and rather than understand and correct the failure, a company is more likely to buy a “new and better” technology and the cycle repeats

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Welcome the the DIY Generation

Email: Bob Larrivee – AIIM Follow me on twitter – BobLarrivee #communication #ERM #wiki #Do-It-Yourself #innovation #communities #web2.0 #failure #blog #sharedworkspaces #changemanagement #Collaboration #e2.0 #DIY

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Four Fried Chickens and a Coke

The problem has been that by the time we deemed something worthy, enticed a few bold end-users and convinced upper management, the cool thing had been eclipsed in the marketplace – more IT failure

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Occupy IT: John Mancini Peers Behind the Fire Curtain

That's because the queries are not document-based but business-focused with the value proposition flat out there in the pursuit of the outcome: * Modeling risk and failure prediction * Analyzing customer churn * Web recommendations to consumers * Web and ad targeting (search optimization) * Point of sale transaction analysis * Threat analysis * Regulatory compliance The new math is not about search results or the intrinsic value of an isolated document or webpage

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