Articles By Ken Hanley

Naysaying CIOs may do damage

Naysaying CIOs may do damage

One of the casualties of the broad decline in the "attractiveness" of the IT business is the ability to think...

February 5th, 2004 Ken Hanley
Beware a new CIO bearing questions

Beware a new CIO bearing questions

So you think you run a pretty tight IT shop? Maybe, but maybe not. Let's imagine this for a minute:...

December 11th, 2003 Ken Hanley
What you need to know about SOX…

What you need to know about SOX…

IS GuerrillaNo, I'm not talking about the recent collapse of Boston (again) at the hands of the New York YankeesI'm...

November 14th, 2003 Ken Hanley
It’s always Groundhog Day

It’s always Groundhog Day

But you're thinking way too fastSo forget about the futureAnd let's get on with the past- Sting, Forget about the...

October 30th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Accost managers at your peril

Accost managers at your peril

As is a frequent habit of mine, I sat down last week with a friendly neighborhood CIO over coffee.And on...

October 20th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Please complete my informal survey

Please complete my informal survey

Please complete my informal surveyIS GuerrillaIt's that time again - as the leaves start to fall and, in Calgary, as...

October 6th, 2003 Ken Hanley
We are the future, so let’s all act like it

We are the future, so let’s all act like it

It hit me when I walk...

September 19th, 2003 Ken Hanley
One track minds often fade

One track minds often fade

IS GuerrillaGawd help me if I run into one more single-technology bigot in our business. You know the kind -...

September 5th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Early leaders wear big targets

Early leaders wear big targets

It's that time of year again - the Tour de France is still fresh in our minds, and when they...

August 8th, 2003 Ken Hanley
A question that, sadly, we still ask

A question that, sadly, we still ask

If you're feeling chipper, I suggest you stop reading now, and that you give your head a shake - these...

July 25th, 2003 Ken Hanley