When you look at new technologies, are you like a kid in a candy store excited to try every latest innovation? Maybe a leader in your organization is a technology gambler and ready to select vendors without sufficient analysis and due diligence? Or perhaps the procurement manager, the project management office, or business stakeholders put tech selections through such exhaustive research that your organization is left in innovation’s wake and stuck in the mud with legacy platforms?
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These technology buying personas are found in many organizations, and they can undermine the ability of tech leaders to make wise and timely technology selections. Haphazard tech selection leads to wasted effort and technical debt, while overly methodical approaches slow the pace of innovation and thwart experimentation, smart risk-taking, and agile cultures.
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