To ensure the success of big data and advanced-analytics initiatives, organizations may need to add new roles, such as a chief data officer and a chief analytics officer.
When you see employees using paper forms, such as invoices, work orders and customer surveys, examine how the data process can be digitized via a tablet or other computing device.
CIOs need to recognize the elevated role of the CMO and marketing technology, and both sets of executives must find ways to work together more effectively.
CIOs must formulate a focused strategy that reinvents IT and the business. For many companies, constant digital transformation is now the foundation of business.
Directors want to learn about IT issues and incorporate them into their decision-making, but many of them don’t understand IT or related business opportunities.
Co-bragging involves teaming up with a friend or colleague at work who will praise your skills and achievements—and you return the favor in kind.
Seventy-one percent of companies systematically ignore publicly viewable tweets and posts about their products and services. Is your company one of them?
For the enterprise, data and format obsolescence translates into higher costs—or an inability to access and profit from data collected over the years.
Businesses that create a seamless browsing, buying and service experience across channels and devices will be best equipped for the challenges of the digital age.
Technology deployments should be less about automating processes for the sake of efficiency and more about solving customers’ real-world problems.
Every CIO needs to create a simple, direct and powerful slogan that will unite their IT department as a team and inspire everyone to perform to the best of their ability.
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.
Over the next decade, IT will be as much about design and interfaces as about functionality. User interfaces are everything in the digital age.
There's no question that predictive analytics is the wave of the future. But, like any technology tool, it can also undermine creative thinking.