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Why your trendy office is bad for business

​Across the nation, cubicles have been dismantled and office doors discarded to make space for Fussball tables, treadmill desks and foam-padded ‘pods’. But are hip, open-plan office spaces good for productivity? A growing body of research suggests not.

Written by George Nott13 Sept. 17 16:02

Is a ‘fixed price’ Agile contract possible?

Finding it difficult to put together fixed price contracts under your existing IT procurement guidelines as you move to an Agile approach to software development? Well, you’re not alone.

Written by Ian Brightwell10 Aug. 17 09:20

A project stuck in the playground

Like two children fighting in the schoolyard, Brisbane City Council (BCC) and TechnologyOne are playing out a very public battle.

Written by Colin Ellis01 Aug. 17 14:08

Foreign exchange firm OFX does Agile right

When Craige Pendleton-Browne arrived at ASX-listed foreign exchange firm OFX in late 2015, the technology team was already doing Agile. Or at least, they thought they were.

Written by George Nott31 July 17 14:37

Central ICT funding model failing NSW schools

Ageing IT equipment and inadequate wireless networks, along with variable student and teacher access to devices are reducing the effectiveness of technology in NSW classrooms.

Written by Byron Connolly06 July 17 16:45
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