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Groups throughout the metropolis of 495-land are engaged once again in transition planning. This is, of course, a regularly scheduled exercise, guaranteed by the Constitution, which mandates a presidential election every 4 years. It is undertaken whether or not a change in administration is predicted; and even if a re-election is in the cards.
In the information technology world, dozens of trade and professional associations will be taking a crack at transition talk in white papers, conferences, breakfast executive sessions and media events.
Articles and radio programming will be generated offering direct advice and insight for the prospective winners - those would be everyone remotely in line for office.
On the inside, the technology delivery community will be convening the best strategy resources they can marshal to take a shot at predicting the stars and aligning offerings and solutions to them.
So why not the blogosphere? I have decided to offer advice from the trenches. My advice is focused on those who will actually inherit change from the top, and will be expected to maintain some sort of continuity throughout the process. I’m talking to the career govies and their contractor partners.
So here are some initial thoughts. Please add your own.
Anyone out there have anything to add to the list?