TR continues to define the enterprise in terms of IT. TechRepublic continues not knowing the difference between those implements that drive the enterprise and those of the IT technical world.
They cover the programming world effectively and can take a poll and conduct surveys. But, the enterprise forces that drive the enterprise process are not their forte.
TR has attempted (feebly) to define leadership, management, strategy, tactics, goals and objectives in terms of their use in the world while explaining everything you ever wanted to know about programming (at least from that perspective).
While the definitions to these terms are available, it is not TR's practice to accept any input unless it is in the form of a survey ora poll. This is similar to the tail wagging the dog.
And, similar to the liberal press attempting to form political and social norms instead of reporting, TR attempts to define the IT world through their own interest while they form the IT editorial world.
Imagine defining the IT world through the programming pipe while they address CIO issues from the programmer perspective. This bottom up approach is similar to asking children how parents should be parents. All the children will agree but that isn't how it works in real life.
TR produces at the level of their interest and this is because their vision is the programmer and not IT. There isn?t anything wrong with this, if that is your purpose; but, to write articles about strategy, leadership, goals, etc. and offer guidance and answers for the enterprise, it is impossible when they don?t know what those terms mean for the enterprise let alone why and how they work.
A case in point is the definition of those terms they write about. TR doesn't know the difference between leadership and management, strategy and tactics and goals and objectives.
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