For CIOs, the challenge is to develop a cohesive strategic plan that focuses on insourcing, outsourcing, multisourcing and the cloud in a comprehensive way.
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Journey management is a useful concept and tool for understanding and managing your company’s technology development strategy.
CIOs should pay close attention to the changing dynamics of today’s workplace. Young bright workers require stimulating and empowering work, and seek mentoring and personal attention.
With BYOD, many employees are concerned that an IT person will snoop on their personal data. If an IT person does, what’s the appropriate punishment?
Thanks to advances in software and the widespread adoption of mobility and cloud computing, it's now entirely possible for organizations to become paperless.
IT has become more complicated and demanding, but CIOs need to look after their staff in order to retain them—and keep them engaged and productive.
In a silent organization, employees below the managerial or leadership levels are actively encouraged to keep their mouths shut. Does that sound like fun?
Over the next decade, more than a few company fortunes will be won and lost based on how well organizations adapt to the Internet of Things.
CIOs who ask their employees to give a performance review of the IT department will gain valuable information and insights—and win a lot of respect.
Over the next decade, IT will be as much about design and interfaces as about functionality. User interfaces are everything in the digital age.
Forget multitasking. Focusing totally on the task at hand will help you produce your best work and complete it in an efficient manner.
There's no question that predictive analytics is the wave of the future. But, like any technology tool, it can also undermine creative thinking.
It’s best to allow knowledge to flow in every direction, and you will end up with smarter and more innovative IT department and organization.
Executives are becoming more strategically selective about outsourcing, turning to multisourcing and increasingly relying on captive offshore centers.