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Driving IT Innovation at Textron

Diane Schwarz, CIO, takes a multi-level approach

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How to Be the CIO of Tomorrow

What does the future CIO look like? He or she probably won’t have a technology background. However, this new kind of CIO will not only have to lead a technical staff but will also be a leader of leaders in the boardroom.

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No Generation Gap Here: Business Leaders of All Ages in Sync on Tech

Millennial executives and Fortune 500 leaders share the same forward-looking views on disruptive technologies. They also agree that the capability to adapt to change quickly is a key to edging out competitors.

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Growing a Business: Double, Double, Toil and Trouble

Every company wants to experience rapid growth, but if you’re not prepared, you could be in for a lot of pain.

Three-Minute Coach: How to Prepare for Media Interviews

Before meeting with a reporter, you should prepare your talking points and remember that everything you say in the presence of a reporter could be used in a story, says consultant Bill McGowan.

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When Your Boss Won’t Listen To You

It’s frustrating to be ignored, but don’t react in a way that will just make things worse.


What Happens When Enterprises Promote Employees With Low Security IQs

Enterprise bi-polar security disorder: promote employees with low security IQs up the ladder, then beat them down when they exhibit risky behavior.

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4 Ways Your Company Is Contributing to the IT Skills Gap

As the adage says, if you aren't part of the solution, you're part of the problem -- and so it goes with IT organizations that talk about the skills gap but do nothing to help themselves.


CIO Succession is a Double-Edge Sword

Two long-tenured CIOs announce their retirements

Why Your Workers Hate BYOD

If CIOs and other IT leaders have any doubt that employees are down on BYOD, senior writer Tom Kaneshige clears up any confusion.

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Digital Leadership Strategy and Personal Brand Makeovers

The CIO's role in being a collaborative partner with the LoBs on digital transformation has diminished. Is the change due to a skills shortage or a personal branding problem?

Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley: 'Next Steve Jobs May Well be a Woman'

Comments made as actress Eva Longoria says women are put in boxes and put off STEM


The Art of Storytelling

Eash Sundaram, CIO of JetBlue, on transaction-free air travel

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Loosen the Rules to Unleash Teamwork

When you trust your team to do the right thing, without the need for lots of rules, you facilitate enhanced cooperation and teamwork.

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How to Help Millennials Prepare to Be Successful Leaders

Gen Y is currently the largest generation in the workforce, so it’s inevitable that many of your next leaders will be millennials – whether they have the experience or not. For that reason, it’s important that you know how to train...

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Predicting the Role of Healthcare CIOs in 2020

In a market as tumultuous as healthcare, there's little doubt that the role of the CIO will be dramatically different in just a few short years. Embracing partnership and collaboration will help today's healthcare CIOs continue to...

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CIOs Must Put Customers First in Business Technology Decisions

While CIOs have always needed to keep tabs on new technology, disruptive technologies are now driving your business. If you have any doubt, just ask your customers. In a report released today, Forrester identifies 15 technologies that...

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The Google Shakeup Continues: Andy Rubin is Out

The corporate shakeup at Google is continuing; Andy Rubin, the former head of the company’s Android business and the current head of its robotics arm, is leaving.

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