Technology In OPS Magazine

We’re getting amazing feedback from clients using our Technology In OPS framework so we’ve raised the bar. We released a digital magazine that takes the Technology In OPS concepts and brings in articles of our own, from other leaders, and points our reader and clients at new information that will help them continue to lead.Learn More
  • 11 Sep, 2014
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Save Your Project From Itself… Free Coaching – 31JUL2014

As part of our Technology In OPS work we’re hosting a limited number of free webinars where I will be teaching some of the key concepts behind the Technology In OPS framework. This one promises to be a ton of fun (I love what I do!) and will provide immediate value for anyone working onLearn More
  • 21 Jul, 2014
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Technology In Ops – Podcast on iTunes!

You may have noticed that I have been producing a number of content pieces for the community – videos, this blog, and a newsletter. Well, I’ve added a Technology In Ops Podcast to the mix. It is up on iTunes now – I’d be honoured if you subscribed! It’s all about providing resources for you toLearn More
  • 25 Feb, 2014
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Technology in Ops – Newsletter and a New Focus

I have just started building out a new framework intended to help first responders (EMS/paramedic, fire, and police), emergency managers, and military working in domestic operations. This framework will help you to understand how technology can make a positive change in their operational environment. I am starting this off with a newsletter (Technology in Ops).Learn More
  • 29 Jan, 2014
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VIDEO: How Do You Ensure You Have Your Operations Team’s Back?

In advance of a blog post about how a technical team can make sure that it is working to back up an Ops team I have a few point to share. I used my MacBook Air and hadn’t figured out how to use a higher resolution (or how close to put my melon head toLearn More
  • 4 Jan, 2014
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  • emergency, first responders, management, simple, situational awareness,

Creating Incident Management System Software – Part 7 – Incident Mapping 2 (aka GIS & Location Data – … continued)

In the previous article about Incident Mapping I covered off the main GIS integration bits – it’s about the map (not the GIS), it needs to be dead simple, the map is there for context (initially), layers (avoid!), and search. WHAT ABOUT MY INCIDENTS AND OTHER DATA IN THE SYSTEM? You’ll note that I haven’tLearn More
  • 1 Jan, 2014
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  • GIS, incident management, situational awareness,

How Do You Know Your Tech Team Has Your Back?

We’ve all seen some pretty insane technology projects – everything looks great at the outset but by the end (planned or actively terminated) of the project things have unraveled. The hard part is figuring out how. There are tomes of analysis of project failures, ranging from requirements mismatch, insufficent time/resources to meet scope, and manyLearn More
  • 17 Dec, 2013
  • Darrell O'Donnell
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  • management, operations, ops, trust,

A Google+ Community for Situational Awareness

I have created a (small) Google+ Community to share information about situational awareness. If you’re interested in sharing information about how SA can be improved, particularly in the first responder, emergency management, and military (domestic ops) space – feel free to join and participate.Learn More
  • 13 Dec, 2013
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  • information exchange, situational awareness, socialmedia,