Enthusiasm for architecture? Is it a question of living out the boundless creativity that many an architect has for himself when it comes to designing new buildings, or what is the point of all this on a DAM blog? The explanation is quite simple: Architecture is important in many areas of life. Good architecture is … More Enthusiasm for architecture : Here is why it always pays off!
I have written numerous articles on how to be successful when implementing a DAM and/or PIM system. Today I will show you five significant mistakes you will fail with: The business case or goal is not defined! This is the classic mistake at the beginning of a project: The system evaluation is started without having … More DAM & PIM introduction: You will fail with these five mistakes!
“Progress is a beautiful word. But its driving force is called change. And change has its enemies.” Robert Kennedy (former US Senator) A very drastic quote by Robert Kennedy on the subject of change. Personally, I would not necessarily use the term “enemies” in this context. Rather, my experience is that uncertainty and fear come … More Change – This is how the entry succeeds!
In the third and final step of the Agile Software Selection process, I discuss the Proof of Concept The result of our proof of concept is a positive or negative decision for the system. So far, we have recorded the stakeholders and their user stories and invited potential partners to an individual demo. Now we … More 3 Steps to Agile Software Selection – 3rd Proof of Concept
In the second step of the Agile Software Selection process, I will talk about choosing the right partner! After we have identified the stakeholders in step 1 and written their most important stories, it is now time to select the right partner for the upcoming software acquisition and its integration. For this selection process, a … More 3 steps to agile software selection – 2. the right choice of partner
The stakeholders and their user stories is the first part of my three-part series on agile software selection. In my following posts, I would like to go into the three phases that are passed through in this process. Since my blog is known as a DAM blog, I will of course do this on the … More In 3 steps to agile software selection – 1. The stakeholders and their stories
In the new year, many people make the resolution to part with old, unpleasant habits or things that have gotten old. Many a DAM system has also aged over the years and if you have finally reached the point where all anti-aging cures have been unsuccessful, then it is probably time to say goodbye (see … More How to replace my DAM system? – A mini roadmap!
Would Hansi Flick have needed more courage to leave gaps (gap is the english word for “Lücke” in german) in the decisive group match at the World Cup in Qatar against Costa Rica? (Note: “Lücke” is the nickname of the only real German centre-forward Niclas Füllkrug who was in the German line-up. Flick was criticised, … More Courage to gap? – Rather not!
Die Leber wächst mit ihren Aufgaben (The liver grows with its tasks) is a bestseller by cabaret artist and physician Dr. Eckhard von Hirschhausen (Die Leber wächst mit ihren Aufgaben – at Amazon). Emblematic of the title, Hirschhausen tells anecdotes from medical life in a humorous way. Now of course, as someone like me who … More The liver grows with its tasks – and your DAM system?
For me, agile software selection is the only method that really works for evaluating software successfully and efficiently. In this article, I will once again present the decisive advantages of this methodology in a compact way. If you have not yet dealt with agile software selection, I will give you a brief outline of the … More Select Software the agile way! Here is why you will be successful!