On Saturday, June 19th, 2010, Dr. Jim Anderson delivered the opening keynote address for the first ever ProductCamp Chicago gathering of Product Managers.
Dr. Jim Anderson has been asked to deliver the keynote address at ProductCamp Chicago which will be held on June 19th, 2010, in where else but Chicago, Illinois.
Have you seen those giant flat screen TVs that they are selling these days down at Best Buy? They are HUGE! In fact, they are so large and so bright that you’d almost have to go next door in order to properly watch them if you bought one.
Dr. Jim Anderson recently spoke to a group of South-Asian IT managers about their role in making their companies successful during times of global change. Although the world of technology may be coming out of a period of cost reductions and staff cuts, it’s what IT managers do going forward […]
I believe that by now we all probably have somewhat of a love / hate relationship with Donald Trump (“The Donald” if you like). No matter how you feel about the guy, you have to give him credit – he’s done quite well for himself. What’s interesting is that as […]
I firmly believe that the reason that any firm has a CIO is so that they have someone who can drive the company’s IT department to provide services and support that will enable the rest of the business to grow faster. It really is that simple – if you can […]
So I just happened to be leafing through an issue of Information Week and I ran across an article that was talking about how IT is run over at Coke. In a nutshell, the article was a glowing review of the changes that Jean-Michel Ares has been making. However, what […]
Dr. Jim Anderson spoke to the IEEE’s Region 3 management team during their Southeastcon 2010 conference. Dr. Anderson had been asked to speak about how the organization could increase its number of subscribers by engaging in active regional marketing and membership development activities.
The workplace is a-changing. As more younger workers start to flood into IT departments (ok, “Millennials” if you must) a lot of what used to work from a management point-of-view has stopped working and this is leaving IT managers with more questions than solutions. There are roughly 80 million workers […]
I would like to be allowed to see more PowerPoint slides. Ok, not really. In fact I could probably live the rest of my life without seeing another PowerPoint slide – I think that I’ve seen my limit! Since I probably can’t avoid seeing more slides, then perhaps at least […]