Category Big Data

GDPR – Are You Aware?

GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation, don’t click that little x or red box in the corner of your screen just yet….everyone needs to take note of these new regulations or your organisation is at risk of a big penalty, as much as 4% of your turnover. As an individual you will have extra rights […]

People are the Key to Data Success

While supporting a colleague recently in how to approach an Information Governance assessment for a client I decided to share that guidance with you.  The client wanted to improve their processes, with speed and accuracy being key requirement in the improvement. The assessment provides all the key areas a questions to ask but it is […]

NoSQL and Big Data

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….when I defined the requirements for a new Project Information Manager (PIM) my key needs were: Extensible – foresight that there were developments on the horizon that would need future development and expansion of the system to include data collection for new fields. Flexibility – to […]

Do you find the information you need?

Taxonomy & Taxonomies A disorganised system will be prone to stagnation, have limited user adoption and dissolve into chaos!  Do you have a Taxonomy? If a taxonomy is formed at the outset of an information management project, a foundation can be defined that will enable the organisation to expand and evolve their system as demands […]

Why Projects Fail – The Early Indicators – Part 3

Why Projects Fail – The Early Indicators – Part 3
Over my 3 articles I have explained some of the key areas where your projects could potentially get into trouble.

Why Projects Fail – The Early Indicators – Part 2

What are the indicators that could signify (before its too late) that your project may be failing…

Why Projects Fail – The Early Indicators

How to make projects more successful…