Articles By Ken Hanley

Remember when we used to be sex symbols?

Remember when we used to be sex symbols?

IS GuerrillaWell, they've done it again.Those hyper-intelligent folks at the Economist have made the call: the days of the wild...

July 11th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Savour what’s easy before it’s gone

Savour what’s easy before it’s gone

Using my calling card used to be a relatively easy thing to do - I'd dial "0", followed by the...

June 20th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Savour what

Savour what

Using my calling card used to be a relatively easy thing to do - I'd dial "0", followed by the...

June 13th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Before you assemble your portfolio

Before you assemble your portfolio

IS GuerrillaTrend warning: project portfolio management is the cool thing to be doing this year.By that I mean managing a...

May 30th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Please, forget the power users

Please, forget the power users

IS GuerrillaRecently I've been thinking about how we look at the most visible aspect of the programs we build.I'm talking...

May 16th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Home is where the e-mail is

Home is where the e-mail is

IS GuerrillaJimmy Buffett once wrote a song that told the story of a man who erased himself from his own...

April 17th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Five easy tough questions you should ask

Five easy tough questions you should ask

IS GuerrillaStart any major systems initiative, and like it or not - and I know a whole bunch of technical...

April 3rd, 2003 Ken Hanley
The bell tolls for code jockeys

The bell tolls for code jockeys

IS GuerrillaIf there are any doubts software code has become a commodity just like natural gas, pork bellies and orange...

March 20th, 2003 Ken Hanley
In search of the anti-hero

In search of the anti-hero

IS Guerrilla"Fast track project." I heard these words again the other day, and it reminded me how much I hate...

March 6th, 2003 Ken Hanley
Act like a boss, become a boss

Act like a boss, become a boss

IS GuerrillaOn my way up through the ranks, one thing never changed - I always thought I knew more than...

January 23rd, 2003 Ken Hanley