Author Archives: stevecayzer
On Monday 7 November, I went to the Sustainable Innovation conference at the Centre for Sustainable Design in Epsom. The theme of the conference was “Circular Economy” which ties in very nicely with my teaching and research on #itmbath.
Does the wifi disappear on your laptop? It might be just me, but I’ve had this recurring, intermittent and extremely annoying problem for a while. By wifi disappearing I don’t mean the wifi network, I mean the wifi adaptor itself. … Continue reading
Well, the 2016-17 season has started well. Again, the Innovation and Technology Management MSc cohort is both international (15 nationalities) and diverse (automotive engineering, economics and marketing to name a few). The first intensive week of teaching is now complete; … Continue reading
Last week, I travelled to London with my colleagues @TraceyMadden and @FabioNemetz to attend the #ESLTIS16 conference. The conference was fascinating (some thoughts below). Tracey and I presented some work that we have done with @DanishMishra on using Social Network Analysis … Continue reading
This is a logic puzzle I picked up some time back. I think a version appears in a great book called Modern Heuristics. Warning – it’s a bit of a time waster. But there is a solution, I promise.
For the time pressured, the title of this post is the conclusion. Read on to find out why.
Despite my last blog on some well publicised troubles, agile is still firmly central to the UK government’s digital strategy (incidentally this appears to be true over the pond in the USA). This topic was explored on Friday morning at agile … Continue reading
Ouch! The UK national audit office has just released a report criticising the DWP project on Universal Credit, released on the last day of agile on the beach. It has been billed as a ‘rude awakening for the agile dream’, ‘agile chaos’ and even … Continue reading
Agile on the Beach. Is this a real conference? I was sceptical, until I checked the 2012 lineup and discovered that this conference – probably more than other agile conferences – tackled business as well as technical challenges. It’s also … Continue reading