Stacy Collett

Contributing Writer

Stacy Collett is a contributing writer for Computerworld, CSO, and Network World, covering a variety of security and risk issues.

7 issues keeping CIOs up at night

The CIO’s return to the workplace playbook

The CIO’s return to the workplace playbook

IT executives will face unique challenges when employees begin returning to the workplace. Here are seven key questions every CIO must answer in devising their optimal plan.

CIOs reshape IT priorities in wake of COVID-19

CIOs reshape IT priorities in wake of COVID-19

Surfacing from crisis mode, CIOs find themselves redefining IT priorities, thanks to budgets in flux, a rising need to refine business processes, and new outlooks on the future of work.

6 tips for innovating through a crisis

6 tips for innovating through a crisis

Whether innovating for survival or planning for a post-pandemic comeback, CIOs may find conditions ripe to challenge the status quo, remove barriers and make change

The next digital disruption: The CIO role

The next digital disruption: The CIO role

Digital disruption is more than just an organizational existential threat. Here are five key disruptors that are reshaping the CIO role — and the skills IT leaders will need to adapt.

Telltale signs of IT dysfunction — and how to fix it

Telltale signs of IT dysfunction — and how to fix it

Transformational success can be derailed by a dysfunctional IT culture, the roots of which often can be traced to silos, org structures and little desire or incentive to collaborate.

IT’s new ROI: Return on innovation

IT’s new ROI: Return on innovation

CIOs struggle to temper business expectations of 100 percent innovation success with the realities. Here’s how to foster a healthy innovation outlook.

IT’s drive to improve the customer experience

IT’s drive to improve the customer experience

CIOs are hiring BRMs and BPOs, embedding IT in the business and sending IT staff into the field — all in a quest to better court business customers.

Who should really be driving digital transformation?

Who should really be driving digital transformation?

The C-suite is getting crowded with a growing number of digital leaders. Does this mark a shift to team-based leadership? Or can CIOs still lead transformations alone?

Humanizing the digital experience

Humanizing the digital experience

As part of their digital transformation, leading organizations find unique ways to make customer interactions more meaningful, seamless, and faster.

7 steps to revenue-driven IT

7 steps to revenue-driven IT

Organizations are increasingly turning to IT for revenue-generating initiatives. Here’s how IT can drive value at the intersection of company and client.

IT shifts away from ‘Big Bang’ digital transformations

IT shifts away from ‘Big Bang’ digital transformations

Recognizing that digital transformations never truly end, many CIOs are pumping the brakes and shifting to a more measured and thoughtful approach to innovation.

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