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Focus More on People Process, Less on IT Tools

Focus More on People Process, Less on IT Tools

IT Tools are as good as the people-process using them. Pay attention to the people and their processes more than the tool. After all, the people define the processes, and tools are there to serve, not the other way round.

Dare to ask, Why?

Dare to ask, Why?

Handle IT customers and PMs with kids gloves. The opinions disguised or construed as the requirements may act as initial cracks in the foundation of the product for which the development has not even begun yet. Ask why? why not? what if?

The Beauty of Whiteboard Sessions

The Beauty of Whiteboard Sessions

No offense to Microsoft® Visio, I think the whiteboards and dry-erase markers are boon for the IT industry. One can use them to their advantage before diving into the technical formalization of the processes. The idea is not new; decades ago, I recall senior management folks used to take notes on paper napkins during a business meeting at some fancy restaurant. I am sure they still do. Consider a situation, where a client or someone from the client’s team acting…

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