Profile of Bennett QuillenTechnology Consultant
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Bennett Quillen, a former CIO for a leading mutual fund processing firm, has more than 35 years of experience in financial industry technology, operations, cash management, and compliance. Today he provides financial institutions with project management and technology advice, specializing in system evaluation, development, conversions, and security and compliance management.
Articles by Bennett Quillen
Before it comes to a transfer or pink slip, every IT project manager should take these steps.
The dreaded weekly project status meeting. The pointless spin session. The 20-person cruise to nowhere. Can we end meetings as we know them?
Don't sign on that dotted line until you review these critical criteria. Check out part two in our software contract series.
Before signing on the dotted line, evaluate these contract provisions. First of a two-part series.
Sloppy writing, attire, and overall comportment reflect poorly on an organization's people and work ethic. Demand better.
Converting critical systems? A veteran project manager runs down the list of best practices to ensure a conversion doesn't fall on its face.
Solutioning, diarizing, and zerotasking have lurched into the business lexicon -- but must go, says a former CIO. Weigh in with your own linguistic peeves.