CIO Magazine: January 1, 2012

Who’s Above Average?

The most business-savvy CIOs tend to report to the CEO, lead a non-IT area, and make more money than average CIOs

How Waste Management’s CIO Turned Trash Into Treasure

Waste Management’s new e-commerce site creates additional revenue streams for the company and gives its IT team sales quotas to fill


CIOs Disconnected From Business Execs

CIOs and their fellow executives have conflicting priorities on cost and competitors, says our 2012 State of the CIO survey

CIOs Are in an Anxious State

CIO magazine Editor in Chief Maryfran Johnson sees this year’s State of the CIO survey data as depicting mismatched priorities between IT and business leaders

Scottrade’s Bank Forged a Non-Banking Customer Experience Through a CEO-CIO Partnership

The goal was online banking at brokerage speed with seamless integration of platforms

How to Increase IT Staff Skills

Practical strategies CIOs are using to give staff broader IT and business experience without increasing headcount

Doing Reorganization Right

With IT departments restructuring everywhere, CIOs must make sure that change is helpful, not confusing

New Year’s Resolutions 2012

IDG Enterprise CEO Michael Friedenberg shares his top ten resolutions for 2012.

Three Easy Ways to Get Better at the Hard Stuff

Soft skills are important too—especially in hard times, when leaders must be more open and engaged

Adobe Moves Into Tablet and Cloud Markets

Adobe doubles down on providing digital creativity tools to help businesses improve their online presence

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