Harvard Business Review Authors: Saj-Nicole A. Joni and Damon Beyer Research shows that the single greatest predictor of poor company performance is complacency, which is why every organization needs a healthy does of dissent. In this article, two seasoned business advisers lay down ground rules for the right kinds of fight. To read more please click here.
Because today’s technology is moving so fast, there is always a technical component in setting the agenda in an IT organization. A leader needs to have the ability to sort through the myriad of opinions within the organization and put them into context of the business. Click here to watch the video.
Companies need more than just a chief technology officer or chief information officer who tends to their IT needs – they need a chief integration officer. The CIO of the future must be a “systems thinker” who can operate at the seams of the market strategy and business model and weave an integrated process and Read more…
Winning is clearly about speed, about setting a pace that gets you there before the competition and staying agile enough to adapt as the market fluctuates. Please click here to read more about Getting There First
Harvard Business Review Author: Charlie S. Feld; Donna B. Stoddard It’s been 40 years since the advent of modern IT, yet few companies do it well. If you stick to three central principles, you can turn IT from a costly mess into a powerful weapon. To read more about these three principles please click here.