Blogging and job security

As with most bloggers, I am always fascinated to read of the faux pas that bloggers can make whilst blogging.  The rampant media attention paid to this issue – often ending up in the loss of said blogger’s job – is perhaps one of the biggest reasons (sensible) people are reticent about blogging.  On the one hand, …

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Taming the information technology beast – IT governance made relevant

Last night’s presentation to the CPA Australia IT Discussion Group (Taming the information technology beast – IT governance made relevant) went well overall. However, it was an awful lot to absorb, so I attach the content here as a PDF for those that weren’t able to attend or may have missed something on the night. …

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Governing the IT Beast

I note the chaser’s take on blogs and how they can peter out (warning: some strong language in the Chaser Comments and some articles – non-FYOSS): “Blog Abandoned After Five Entries”. At any rate, tonight I am to present at the CPA Australia IT Discussion Group, so you can as usual expect to see the …

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Good Practice, Best Practice, Leading Methods

You say tomato, I say tomato (say, that doesn’t work so well in print). A rose by any other name is just as thorny, that much is certain at least, and there are often objections to the term ‘best practice’. Although it is meant to capture practices that are generally accepted by everyone else, and …

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