You cannot have agility if you don’t have visibility. Few could argue with this. Yet visibility is a rare thing in enterprises of all sizes. Why? Well, I don’t want to spoil this fascinating blog for you.
Just have in mind that we at Tango/04 Computing Group specialize in providing companies around the world (in particular, midsize and medium-large financial and insurance firms) with the visibility they deserve, helping the IT department to be loved in the process.
So we will try to focus on this subject, but, hey, this is a personal blog. I want to let the world know when I miss a flight, too. But I expect to write about visibility, monitoring, Business Service Management (BSM), Agile Service Management, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), User Experience, Business Assurance, Security and Compliance, Lean, Scrum, etc. And a bit of Leadership, Management in general, Life/Work balance, and probably Argentinian food, exotic traveling, Borges tales and several off-topics.
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