Shout out to Cutter Fellow Bob Charette for winning the esteemed 2016 Jesse H. Neal Award for his series of articles featured in the “Lessons from a Decade of IT Failures” – detailing the takeaways from tracking the big IT debacles of the last ten years.
After Bob’s 2005 article, “Why Software Fails” – he started tracking, documenting and blogging about technology failures of all sizes. Ten years later, he selected five of these IT project failures to feature in the report, “Lessons from a Decade of IT Failures,” replete with interactive graphs and charts – now recognized and rewarded for its editorial excellence in business media.
A very well deserved honor — congratulations, Bob!
More insight from Bob:
And don’t miss his upcoming Cutter IT Journal:
“Ethical Algorithms in Technology Design”