The Information Systems discipline has had lots of talk about design science research (aka many other related terms). Much of it appears to be promoted by (described in the worst possible light) as refugees from engineering and computer science wanting to do what they used to do. Personally, I have some issues around what is
It’s now the end of week 2 of CQU’s Term 2 for 2006. This is the first attempt at a log entry for the first test of the BAM project in the CQU course COIS20025, Systems Development Overview Key events this week Initial BAM Management interface up and going Concerns from staff about the workload
Peter Drucker from “The Effective Executive” “Most discussions of the knowledge worker’s task start with the advice to plan one’s work. This sounds eminently plausible. The only thing wrong with it is that it rarely works. The plans always remain on paper, always remain good intentions. They seldom turn into achievement.” “Innovation and Entrepreneurship” “‘Planning’
The essence of strategy is the close view of distant things and the distant view of close things — Sun Tzu My interest in emergent/agile approaches means I’m not a fan of strategy and/or strategic appraoches currently used in most business. I think there is possibilities to use this quote to bring out my disquiet
The obligatory first experience with any system by a programmer requires it to be to say “Hello World!”. So here goes.
I’m trying to come up with the email that I’ll send to all the DE students telling them about the how and why they’ll be creating a blog for COIT11134. Important Lesson(s) WordPress, the blog hosting option I’ve chosen, seems simple and easy to use. Should be a good choice. But my perception is almost
I’ve just created the new sample student blog for COIT11134. This is the first post. I’ve changed the look for the blog and removed the test post that WordPress adds automatically. Most important Not sure there is a most important concept for this task. Maybe it is just getting use to using the blog interface.