SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Off Topic Posts
Re: [Sigia-l] Off Topic Posts
> That group has recently been reorganized and redefined for a single resource
> to 'do it all'.
That sounds so, so dirty. :-) You mean to say businesses don't care about
these artificial demarcations and just want to solve their problems? But
what will happen to our beloved separate-forever-never-to-be-integrated
deliverables? God forbid, mailing lists need to be merged? Shocking.
> If the clear momentum is a role in which individuals are doing all three
> disciplines, how might they make a distinction in their topics of interest?
> Moreso, should they?
Reminds me of a bar with a jukebox with only three extremely-worn records in
it. The day they add in a new record all hell breaks loose. :-)
> Of greater consideration/concern (a point that I've been raising for now 6
> years, having seen the 'endgame' all along) where is there a professional
> association which embraces and supports this realistic role?
Reminds me of the Hundred Years War.
"Innovate as a last resort."
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