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Reasons for not using New Technology

Many organizations change so frequently that they are unwilling to invest in the process diagramming and definitions of defined enablers. A plethora of new technologies such as Wikis and Mashups (a method for bring disparate data together for a common view - for example, bring together a street map, a list of real estate for sale, flag on the street map for schools, churches, parks, government buildings and malls) are changing the scenery again.

Identify three excuses that might be used for not doing an analysis and counter each with a brief description of how technology to help you create it and maintain it with a very low 'overhead' (i.e., at no additional time and with no additional money). Post your list and ideas here.

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Many organizations change so frequently that they are unwilling to invest in the process diagramming and definitions of defined enablers. A plethora of new technologies such as Wikis and Mashups are changing the scenery again. Identify three excuses that might be used for not doing an analysis and counter each with a brief description of how technology to help you create it and maintain it with a very low 'overhead' (i.e., at no additional time and with no additional money). Post your list and ideas here.

Three excuses that might be used for not doing an analysis:

1. Executives may not trust the data that is obtained from the technologies: Since the information is being obtained through outside sources it may be viewed as less accurate or possibly corrupt. In order to counter this argument it would be important for you to confirm the legitimacy of sources. You could do this by verifying the source of the product via information on the Internet, by confirming its' veracity through similar "old school" sources (on a ...

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This solution identifies three excuses that might be used for not using new technology within organizations. It gives examples as well.

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