A number of clients and colleagues have asked me to keep them posted on new articles I write in various places around the Web. Instead of spamming everyone every time a new article comes out, I’m going to leave it up to the convenience of an RSS subsciption on this blog. When I publish something somewhere else, I’ll post a link here, and if you subscribe you’ll get the link. If not, you don’t have to endure my spambot.
I posted a new column last week at Business Week. I’m embarrassed to say it’s the first column in over two years I had rejected on the first round by my editor. He said I was becoming too academic and killing my audience. Ouch. So I cut out the jargon and reposted it. Then I cleared out the carbon with a good old-fashioned rant that will go up this week.
I published my first piece as a Business Intelligence analyst-at-large with the Canadian firm TEC. It digs into the underlying market drivers for BI software. The site requires free registration–but it’s well worth it. The site is heavy on substance, if a little short on style. I’ll be doing monthly articles there, with a look at Sarbanes-Oxley next.