At first glance, you might say, “duh, of course”, but I will venture you can utilitze the suggestions included and to your gain.
Excerpt: How strange it seems then, that thousands of IT projects begin every day, but more than one-third of them crash enroute. Why? I would argue that it’s because there is seldom a clear destination in mind, a rational plan to get there, or a viable system approach in place to execute the plan. Most of the time, the destination and the means to get there are only vague estimates, and the elements of the strategy are rooted in hope.
A viable system approach is the inspiration behind Forrester’s Workforce Computing Strategic Plan research. A viable system for workforce computing requires five things: