Articles By Paul Glen

Knowing when you’re done

Knowing when you’re done

I'm frequently called upon to help figure out what to do with a project that might be in trouble. Of...

June 6th, 2004 Paul Glen
What we have to fear

What we have to fear

Lately I've had a troubling sense that there is a cancer growing in IT departments these days. No, I'm not...

May 3rd, 2004 Paul Glen
Who will fill your shoes?

Who will fill your shoes?

One of the great privileges and responsibilities of leadership is identifying and training the next generation of managers and leaders....

April 30th, 2004 Paul Glen
Selecting new IT leaders

Selecting new IT leaders

One of the great privileges and responsibilities of leadership is identifying and training the next generation of managers and leaders....

April 5th, 2004 Paul Glen
Clawing through change

Clawing through change

Some of the most important lessons I've learned about transforming organizations came from the struggle to shed an unpleasant habit....

January 29th, 2004 Paul Glen
Job satisfaction: it’s highly overrated

Job satisfaction: it’s highly overrated

Few managers are genuinely surprised when the results of an employee satisfaction survey are revealed. You really don't need the...

December 11th, 2003 Paul Glen
Job satisfaction: It

Job satisfaction: It

Few managers are genuinely surprised when the results of an employee satisfaction survey are revealed. You really don't need the...

November 25th, 2003 Paul Glen
Stop ‘gathering’ IT requirements

Stop ‘gathering’ IT requirements

Over the years, I've come to the conclusion that one of the most destructive notions circulating inside technical groups involves...

October 6th, 2003 Paul Glen
Think like an archaeologist

Think like an archaeologist

If you'd like your IT projects and department to run more efficiently and effectively, you probably need to develop a...

September 1st, 2003 Paul Glen