In the workplace, influence is the ability to move someone’s thinking, actions, or decisions in a way that advances your business objectives. These seven concepts and techniques will give your influence skills a boost.
IT pros at the top of their careers as individual contributors are often faced with few career choices: Go into management or stay where they are. Establishing an IT Technical Fellow career track can change that, providing a new way to recognize and retain top talent.
In the rush to deliver new digital solutions, companies often ignore the needs and requirements of development infrastructures and cut corners in devops processes, resulting in missed problems and costly fixes down the road.
It’s time to reimagine the role of digital transformation in the future of work, create new value for digital-first customers, reskill employees for the new world, and explore innovative technologies to build tomorrow’s business, today.
Today’s hybrid workplace is being driven entirely by management decision—and everyone has an opinion on how it should be done. Here are 10 steps to prepare for leading in this new and evolving reality.
Taking a 'data fabric' approach in its shift from data silos to real-time access, the non-profit managed healthcare plan provider futureproofed its data platform, providing increased agility, interoperability, and accessibility for its members, network of doctors, and healthcare providers.
By Angela McArthur and Joydeep Mukherjee and Contributing writersJun, 17 2021
Following a year of intense stress and long hours, IT pros are on the move and in search of professional fulfillment, flexibility, and work-life balance. Here, four CIOs share their advice for creating an IT culture tech workers can't quit.
The biggest challenges for AI-enabled care are delivering real-time insights into the clinical workflow and gaining acceptance from caregivers as well as patients. Innovative solutions continue to emerge.
Becoming a data-driven company isn't as simple as amassing loads of data. If it were, more companies would already be reaping the rewards. Here, four CIOs offer their experience and advice on getting started turning data into business value.