Posted by: Anirudh Joshi | September 21, 2015
We all know about the story of Titanic – the famous ship that sank on its maiden voyage. This was the story of a ship that grossly mistook its navigational approach to avoid the iceberg based on what was just visible to the naked eye, i.e., – the tip of the iceberg.
Posted by: Anirudh Joshi | September 30, 2013
The other day I was in a meeting with a CIO of a large healthcare company. She sounded exasperated by the pressure her team was facing from end users who seemed to know more about the latest devices available and the technology they were using as compared to some folks in her team. “My users are getting ahead of my team,” she said.
Posted by: Anirudh Joshi | August 06, 2013
The predictions and forecasts for the IT industry are in full swing with everyone including the analysts to pundits and publications sharing insightful and interesting bits. I am not an analyst but I couldn’t stop myself from doing my own crystal ball gazing.
Posted by: Anirudh Joshi | September 19, 2012
The debate about the business value of IT investments for any large enterprise can get very religious, and intense. Not surprisingly, these conversations gather strength every time we have a recession. Here is my view on the factors really at work behind this debate on "Business Value of IT Investments"
Posted by: Anirudh Joshi | January 31, 2012
It suddenly seems to be the flavor of the day. Everyone is talking about “how does IT add value to business”.It is not as if IT was not adding value earlier so I wonder what is behind this heightened sensitivity towards “adding value or delivering value from IT”.