I came across an article in The Wall Street Journal the other day and it reminded me of a blog I wrote back in March, "Surrounding Yourself with the Right Talent." This article, "How a Few Bad Apples Ruin Everything" made me think of how one would go about getting rid of or preventing the hiring of negative employees. I say negative b
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Dan Goodin from arstechnica.com did an outstanding piece showing how password cracking has gotten so easy thanks to new hardware and software techniques that the situation border on intractable for the old ways. Time for multifactor authentication everywhere that information must be truly kept secure, I believe.
The full piece is here. One of his charts is below.
But the upshot is this:
The elephant should respect the mouse
Time is one of the three key axes of classic project control, along with financial resources and conformance to requirements. Project managers appropriately put major emphasis on time as displayed on the wall calendar, and great energy is spent on hitting deadlines measured in days, weeks, and months. When a project comes in on or before a due date, the PM can be justly proud (assuming no major feathers have been ruffled in the budget and quality domains).
Why more than 50% of Salesforce CRM implementation fails?
“CRM implementation failure rates exceed 50% citing initial CRM strategy and user adoption as the major factors.”
-Gartner Research Firm
Besides the initial CRM strategy and user adoption, there are many reasons why a CRM project fails.