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Beware IT's Unintended Consequences
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10/17/2013 | 8:53:03 AM
re: Beware IT's Unintended Consequences
This article raises a lot of good points about how difficult it is to predict everything that will unfold as a result of your actions. One of the things that caught my attention was how crucial it is to understand and characterise the content of your stakeholders. A tool I've been using for that recently is the WHY Code (http://whycode.com/whyenterpri.... It has enabled us to map out the goals of our stakeholders clearly, ensuring we are all on the same page.


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