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I’m at the MIT CIO Symposium today.  Currently, I’m in the Internet of Things Panel. Moderator: Dr. Michael Chui, Sr. Fellow McKinsey Global Institute Panelists: Mr. Robert LeFort, CEO Ember Prof. Sanjay Sarma, Professor and Former Chairman of Research and... Read More..
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While an event is defined as “something that happens?, a common event processing scenario is detecting when something fails to happen.  In this scenario, a failure event is generated based on the absence of “thing happened? events.  For us geeks,... Read More..
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The Van Halen brown M&M anecdote wasn’t the only interesting piece in the March issue of Fast Company.  I also found a good example of "optimization for innovation?, which I first wrote about on the Business Ecology Initiative blog.  The... Read More..
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As I mentioned in my 2010 plans, one of my projects this year is writing and advocacy for the OMG’s Business Ecology Initiative (BEI).  This morning, we launched the new Business Ecology Initiative blog, and I published the following overview... Read More..
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Earlier this week, I offered my one and only prediction for 2010:  "Event Processing transcends niche status, to well-recognized & adopted business technique for real-time visibility & responsiveness." Mark Palmer, CEO of Streambase, stopped by to offer 9 points of... Read More..
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I don't typically engage in predictions, but here's mine for 2010, fresh from my tweet stream: 2010: Event Processing transcends niche status, to well-recognized & adopted business technique for real-time visibility & responsiveness. I can list tons of reasons why,... Read More..
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The WSJ has published a Business Insight Interview with MIT’s Peter Weill on IT Savvy, his (excellent) recent book, co-authored with Jeanne Ross.  The interview covers a few of the main ideas of the book, standardization for innovation, IT as... Read More..
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In recognition of what would have been Peter F. Drucker's 100th birthday, the Wall Street Journal is rerunning some classic Drucker on Management pieces.  The piece today,  originally published Oct. 21, 1993, is The Five Deadly Business Sins.  The first... Read More..
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It'd be easy to chalk up today's choice to my being in pre-vacation mode, but in truth, I've had this New York Times Baseball Science article open in a tab for nearly a month.  When I first read it, I... Read More..
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""What's ubiquitous and cheap?" [Google's Hal] Varian asks. "Data." And what is scarce? The analytic ability to utilize that data." The June issue of Wired has an excellent article by Steven Levy, entitled Secret of Googlenomics: Data-Fueled Recipe Brews Profitability. ... Read More..
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Brenda Michelson is the principal of Elemental Links an advisory & consulting practice focused on business-technology capabilities that increase business visibility and responsiveness. Follow Brenda on Twitter.


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