Feedback from ‘Best practice business information technology’ presentation in Townsville

I’ve now received feedback for my session ‘Best practice business information technology’ presentation I gave to the Queensland Country Conference in Townsville on May 16 2008 (the second day of the conference).  Again in the interests of honesty, integrity and transparency I’m posting the feedback.  One of these days I’ll get some really negative feedback …

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Best practices in information technology

Today I presented to CPA Country Congress on Best Practices in Business Information Technology in Townsville. Objectives To provide an overview of what’s on the horizon in the next generation of IT for business, and how to prepare your business to take advantage of these future IT advances. Agenda Next generation IT – what’s on …

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Advancing data governance to create improved data quality frameworks

As promised in my last post, I attach to this blog post my speaker’s notes for today’s session ‘Advancing data governance to create improved data quality frameworks’.  This presentation was given at Ark Group Australasia’s Data Quality Conference, held on 30th April 2008 at Crystal Palaces, Luna Park in Sydney.  I undertook the presentation as …

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Data quality conference: Data governance and data quality

I seem to have missed blogging about the fact that Ark Group asked me to present a session at their conference in Sydney today (30th April 2008).  My presentation was entitled ‘Advancing data governance to create improved data quality frameworks’.  I promised people in the audience that I would blog my notes to today’s presentation, …

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But this is a nice post on IT alignment…

And of course what operating system one uses doesn’t really matter – it’s a matter of thinking about how business value can be delivered (still, hate that ribbon): 5 Tips on IT Alignment That Can Generate Profit Matches nicely with the IT Strategy and methodology I’m developing in my ‘spare’ time… Technorati Tags: IT Strategy