(This podcast is pulled “from the archives” and presented here as a service to more recent listeners — Douglas)
Technology can help businesses and individuals accomplish great things, but sometimes we set ourselves and others up for failure before we even finish a technology project. While automating portions of a process can be helpful, if you don’t automate the entire process, from end to end, you might find your project doesn’t solve as many problems as it creates. If you are starting a new project, or involved in one currently, be sure to consider how the un-automated sections of a process might have some unintended consequences for the whole project.
This Friday: March 28, 2008: Failure is a constant, and welcome, companion in our work
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