Commentary - While any planned enterprise IT investment leads to healthy debates about the best architectural or application approaches, too often left out of the discussion is one of the most critical aspects of any technology investment – the culture of an organization itself.


Given the amount of effort and resources allocated to major IT initiatives, and the number of expensive projects that fall by the wayside, it stands to reason that if more time were dedicated to socializing a new technology approach the returns would be greater.

Neither mandatory training sessions nor dictums from the top of an organization will promote technology adoption if the appropriate time and energy is not invested in the cultural shift required to maximize the value of technology. More >