Why is constant improvement such an alien concept in large organisations?

Warning! This is a bit of a rant. If you don’t like reading that sort of thing you should probably stop now. This started the other day when I tried paying my first credit card bill. I ended up ringing LloydTSB’s phone bank just to sort it out. After being held by the hand through …

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UN recommends use of open source

The United Nations has recommended its members use open source software, particularly in areas related to health, education and international commerce, UN inspector Dominique Ouredrago said during a speech at the II international open source conference in Spain. http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2006/02/20/1389065.htm Now this is good, right? Well, I’m not sure it’s good enough. I’m not convinced the …

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