Posts Tagged ‘culture’

Policy debt

04Sep19

Background When we talk about technical debt that conversation is usually about old code, or the legacy systems that run it. I’ve observed another type of debt, which comes from policies, and seems to be most harmful in the area of security policies. Firewalls or encryption? A primary purpose for this post is to put […]


If you’re here for my experiments in culinary science move along swiftly, this post isn’t for you. This is all about enterprise architecture versus cloud native architecture. RDBMS is a meatball Enterprises use (or at least have used) Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), and such things have become deeply embedded into the organisation and culture […]


Wage Slaves

26Jul17

I recently had the good fortune of meeting Katz Kiely and learning about the Behavioural Enterprise Engagement Platform (BEEP) that she’s building. After that meeting I listened to Katz’s ‘Change for the Better‘ presentation, which provided some inspiring food for thought. Katz’s point is that so much human potential is locked away by the way […]