Everything is Measurable speaks about the ways to go about measuring the value of an IT department. It describes that unlike a department like Accounting, IT is much more difficult to value especially because its budget seems to increase and the common assumption is that it is unmeasurable. The writer states “How often do IT execs conduct simple random samples or controlled experiments in order to measure some quantity of interest? The answer is not nearly so often as in other fields including other areas of business. If I may be so bold, perhaps the problem is that Computer Science is not really taught as an empirical method like other sciences.” This offers the idea that IT can be measured by treating it like other departments and measurements similar to other departments. My question of “is everything measurable?” translates into terms closer to ” is everything measurable the same way?”. I believe IT stands on its own, we don’t have a simple means of measurement even through controlled experiments compared to others. If we are to be measured for our value we should be given a fair measurement tool unique to us that accurately depicts our value.