In May 2016, Jennifer Stancil, the new president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Glazer Children’s Museum in Tampa, Florida was considering further steps to take toward her goal of making the downtown museum an educational and entertainment destination for children and their families. The CEO had been hired on November 23, 2015 with a …
This note provides a basic overview of privacy issues, with an emphasis on the implications of the web and social networks.
This note provides a summary of disaster recovery with emphasis on information technology disaster recovery.
The founders of the Informing Science Institute consider how to ensure that their all-volunteer research and educational institute can be sustained into the future.
South Africa’s largest bank has recently completed a transformation from traditional systems development to the scaled agile framework. The individual leading the transformation is now considering how to keep the momentum going and possible new directions.
Ken Pendery, the CEO of the First Watch restaurant chain, wonders how he should proceed with with the Good Egg Arizona restaurants that it had acquired–located more than 1,000 miles from the nearest company-owned First Watch: Convert them to First Watch, leave them be, institute the First Watch menu but leave The Good Egg flag…?
Mike, the head manager of Mellow Mushroom Tampa, is considering replacing his manual employee scheduling system with an automated system named Schedulefly. As he considers the complexities of the system and its potential implications for employees, he wonders if he should really go forward with the project.
Calvin Jones, DMD, had bought into a successful practice that now seemed to be falling apart around issues such as questionable spending. His partner had just informed him that he wanted to dissolve their business relationship. Was there still a way to salvage the relationship? What could Dr. Calvin Jones do?
Should Mission Critical Solutions (MCS) stay converged in a functional organization strategy with capability-based teams, or organize into separate standalone entities with unique identities and separate overheads, focusing more on the individual capability-based technology specialization?