Cases

Digital transformation - cases

Real cases: digital transformation, implementation of modular platforms (composable enterprise), corporate data warehouse (DWH - data wharehouse), software development and project and people management in a rapidly changing digital world.

For every tricky bolt, there is a left-handed nut. Another story about systems and users.
Andrey could not concentrate. It was only 9:30 in the morning, and already the noise outside the door - the voices were getting closer and louder. -Listen, what are you doing? We worked well, and here is some of your algorithm. Can we somehow agree not to take it away from me? - Nice try, ...
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Lack of resources
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The most common misconception I've heard is related to lack of resources. Rather, with the idea of ​​a person that he lacks a resource. -How do you hire in an overheated market? How do you find customers with such competition? The reasons why this seems difficult ...
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How to hire in an overheated IT market
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From time to time I am asked to do one of the Talent Sourcing modules for InnoCamp. Instead of a presentation, I tell three stories, or rather two of them, but as many as three conclusions can be drawn. They all go back to that distant time when I happened on my own ...
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In search of product thinking
- I've been looking for a Deliveri director for 3 years already ... The conversation about technology smoothly flows into the conversation about people. So this time - everything is according to the script. Boring. I know exactly what will happen next. There are no right people. Personnel hunger. Competition. Now he...
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Jurassic Park. What functionality of IT systems is most in demand by users?
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My work is reminiscent of Jurassic Park. From time to time, a phrase appears in it, which the hero-mathematician says after learning that scientists have recreated dinosaurs: “Life will always find a way out”. In complex systems, the situation is the same. That which is viable will find a way out. And if something is not ...
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Not by protocol. Simple approaches to complex systems.
- Denis, no need. We will not make concessions in terms of time and quality, reputation is more expensive. - Nice try, but no. The corporate world Denis had a difficult time in B2B services after 15 years in IT product companies. He sincerely did not understand ...
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Composable enterprise: what would I do differently
Modular platforms (Composable Enterprise) are not a magic wand in the hands of programmers. The success of any transformation, including digital, begins with a vision of the business and its development for several years ahead. When a business wants to scale, launch new products and locations, implement new solutions, try ...
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Difficult decision
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"If our customers can pay for orders with Bitcoin, we will gain a competitive advantage! And you are resisting change!" - against such an argument, all the facts sharply faded. Because hearing it in an advanced e-commerce company, where continuous change was part of the ideology, is tantamount to an insult ...
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All I need is trust. Memoirs about the launch of one system.
The decision to launch a raw product was traditionally received with skepticism by mainstream users. Start At the end of 2019, after 5 months from the start of work, we launched an internal system with defects in processes, “non-intuitive” interfaces, and migration errors. All these 5 ...
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Professionalism that brings no value
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People who don't care. I remember one old episode from my life, which then strongly hooked, and similar continues to cling to this day. The task was to implement an IT product. The decision was made long ago by the management and the product itself was at the final stage. I need...
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About Culture. Why it's getting you nowhere.
That doesn't work, that's all. Despite all efforts, reasonable action and timing. As if you are running into some kind of ceiling ... Igor, the owner of a large national company, tried to set up sales to the West. He trained his best salespeople, but after a few months of intense ...
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Is it possible to predict HR risks with AI?
One step away from his dream, Andrei closed the lid of the MacBook and looked tiredly at his interlocutor: "Something else?" For the third week he had been late at work until the night, plans to spend this summer with his family in Italy now seemed like a naive dream. No, he's not ...
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