• 10 Steps To Becoming A Horrible IT Boss
    CIO - Mar 16
    It’s legendary: A CIO promotes his best developer into a management role, losing an excellent programmer and gaining a bad manager. The art of management isn’t so much about assembling a dream team, helping others be... Read »
    10 months ago
  • Leadership in IT: Are You a Teller or an Asker?
    TechTarget - Jan 24
    There was time when leaders led by telling. "You, move that rock from over there to over there." "Lay down those railroad tracks over there." [That's] because leaders had all the information [about how to do the job] and the... Read »
    12 months ago
  • Figuring Out How IT, Analytics, And Operations Should...
    HBR - Aug 3
    A new set of relationships is being formed within companies around how people working in data, analytics, IT, and operations teams work together. Is there a “right” way to structure these relationships? Data and... Read »
    1 year ago
  • A New Way For Entrepreneurs To Think About IT
    HBR - Jun 29
    Entrepreneurs have historically taken one of two approaches to IT. Most think of IT as a “necessary evil.” For this group, IT is for back office support for their business ideas. They typically hire third parties to help... Read »
    1 year ago
  • CEOs Are Ready To Spend On Digital Tech, Says New...
    TechRepublic - Apr 14
    CEOs at major firms say investing in technologies to stimulate growth is at the top of their to-do list in 2014, and that IT is no longer just a cost-centre to be cut. Read »
    3 years ago
  • Yes, It’s Time To Move Your Company Into The...
    HBR - Jul 16
    Seventy-five out of the top 100 universities in the latest US News and World Report college rankings use Google Apps as their primary backbone. Read »
    4 years ago
  • $2.1 Trillion Will Go Into IT Spend In 2013…
    TechCrunch - Jul 16
    Forrester Research has now released its annual look at the state of IT spend globally, and the analysts project that there will be $2.06 trillion invested across software, hardware, and IT services by enterprises and... Read »
    4 years ago
  • Box CEO: How To Compete When IT Is Abundant
    HBR - Jun 27
    The IT boom of the 1980s and early '90s had brought information technology to the corporate masses, unleashing the first full-scale technology revolution in the enterprise. Read »
    4 years ago
  • 7 Reasons Why IT Won’t Disappear Anytime Soon
    Forbes - Jun 21
    Companies are moving more and more of their IT functions online in the form of publicly-available cloud computing services, software-as-a-service applications and the like. Read »
    4 years ago
  • How CEOs Can Get Along With CIOs
    HBR - Apr 29
    New research, conducted with HBR, The Economist, CEB, and TNS Global, reveals that CEOs believe CIOs are not in sync with the new issues CEOs are facing. CEOs also tell us that CIOs do not understand where the business needs... Read »
    4 years ago
  • Yet Another Reason CEOs Should Care About IT
    PWC - Feb 27
    Study finds that companies where the CEO champions IT and is actively involved, from strategy through to execution, are more likely to outperform the rest. Read »
    4 years ago
  • You Should Go Hug Your IT Guy
    Forbes - Feb 14
    Even in high profile companies, IT professionals are the unsung heroes who rarely land on the cover of Forbes or Fortune, even if their company’s stock price hits a 52-week high. So here are seven ways to let them know... Read »
    4 years ago
  • The Biggest Cybersecurity Threats Of 2013
    Forbes - Dec 6
    As you round out your 2013 business and IT plans, cybercriminals are resolving to implement increasingly sophisticated threats targeting specific computer systems and organizations big and small. Read »
    5 years ago
  • You Need A Mobile Security Strategy
    Forbes - Jul 3
    The proliferation of tablets and smartphones, along with the growing popularity and ubiquity of file-sharing technologies, has created an enormous information security liability that most organizations are not yet equipped... Read »
    5 years ago
  • CEOs Need Hard Data On Loyalty
    HBR - May 17
    Companies spend countless hours tracking financials: assets, liabilities, revenue, expenses, and cash flow. Many devote almost no serious time to assessing the customer relationships that ultimately create economic value. Read »
    5 years ago