Enterprise Knowledge (EK) announced today that it has been awarded an Information Technology Schedule 70 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). Continue reading »
Over the last six months, Enterprise Knowledge (EK) has been in the midst of taking the best of what we know and applying it to our own website. Though we’ve helped an array of Federal Agencies, Fortune 500 Companies, and … Continue reading »
Often we hear organizations are “going” agile and trust that they are successfully embracing core agile philosophies and reaping the benefits. Yet, for most organizations, this effort seems to generate complex organizational problems that result in unintended process, people and/or … Continue reading »
This presentation leverages several recent success stories from EK’s client work to discuss current themes in Knowledge and Information Management systems design and development. It includes examples and discussion of Cloud, Agile, Taxonomy, and Change Management, amongst other themes.
While many IT businesses want to go agile, many of them do not know where to start. Others come to us after a failed agile transformation in which a development team was sent to a Certified ScrumMaster training and told they were agile without being armed with the practical tools to succeed. Continue reading »
Delivering real business value from systems development efforts, even using agile approaches, turns out to be a formidable challenge especially in larger enterprises. Case studies of failed deliveries abound and too often reach general public notoriety. This talk shows organic … Continue reading »