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Keith Harrison-Broninski

Transitioning new technology from R&D

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This blog has been running a couple of months now, during which I have written about various wide-ranging changes that are in store for enterprise IT over the next few years. Many of these changes are to do with the adoption of new, powerful open source software tools (such as Eclipse) in combination with 21st century management techniques (such as Human Interaction Management).

If you've been following some or all of these writings, you might like to know that our own efforts at Role Modellers are due for release in September this year (here is a preview of the free technology we are building). Recently I have met with people from many different walks of life to discuss these ideas - governments, product/service organizations, consultants, business leaders, academics, investors - and there seems to be general agreement that, yes, we do need what McKinsey call "new technology" for a "new territory" (the globalized, decentralized, Internet-enabled and insanely competitive world that every 21st century organization must somehow deal with).

So we're transitioning from R&D to the next stage - and hiring. Here is the job ad:

Were you at UCLA in the 60s? Xerox PARC in the 70s? Apple in the 80s? Netscape in the 90s? This time, don't miss out.

In South-West England a pioneering startup is building the "framework for 21st century computing technology" (bptrends.com), the software called for by McKinsey to "solve some of the most nagging challenges to the systematic organization of the workforce". We're venture capital backed - and we're hiring NOW.

Our vision is to bring about a healthier, happier, saner, and more productive society by helping people in all walks of life collaborate better with each other. We are looking for friendly, creative software developers with experience of Eclipse EMF and RCP. Join us and you'll get the chance to work with like-minded people, in the working environment everyone dreams of, for a very good salary - plus you'll get a piece of the next Big Internet Play.

Find out more from http://humanedj.com, and if you're interested email your CV to Keith Harrison-Broninski (khb AT rolemodellers DOT com).

All the best

Readers of this blog are very welcome to get in touch.

Keith Harrison-Broninski cuts through the hype in his hands-on guide to where enterprise IT is really going

Keith Harrison-Broninski

Keith Harrison-Broninski is a researcher, writer, keynote speaker, software architect and consultant working at the forefront of the IT and business worlds.


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