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News Some other CIO announcements that poured in this week… News Two companies announced this week that their CIOs would be retiring.The Kroger Co. said on Monday that its … News And I thought Randy Mott’s $2.2 million signing bonus was big money. Kevin Turner, who used to work for … News For stressed and overworked businesspeople,finding a brief relief can be very healthy. We’re not talking about acoffee break or … News This just in! Ameritrade promoted its CIO Asiff Hirji to COO today. Hirji is now responsible for leading … News Aside from last week’s big announcements coming out of Redmond, Wash. (that Microsoft … News From China, lessons in preparing for the opportunities (and risks) you don't know are out there.n News News flash: Yesterday, Microsoft announced that it had … News As the Marine band plays Hail to the Chief,the President strides into the room and everyone in attendance standsand claps. … News John Gilligan has taken the same next step following his departure from the United States Air Force (USAF) … News Yesterday, Dell officially named Susan Sheskey its CIO. She had been serving as the computer-maker’s interim CIO since … News By now, you’ve probably heard that HP poached Dell’s CIO Randy Mott in July. What you … News You get what you negotiate, not what you’re worth. Here’s how to do both. News Q: I believe your ground rules are more applicable when the coach is from outside, rather than within, the organization. … News Six ground rules for successful coaching engagements. News Companies are going “hold crazy,” excessively putting their customers and prospects on hold when they call. … News This week’s Economist has a special reporton the status of women in management. The statistics are not admirable.While … News Mentoring Relationships—essential to developing leaders in a company, whether the relationships are formal or informal. The people who grow in … News As most in management know, one of the mostcritical elements to succeed in business today is to communicateeffectively, both inside … News Everyone at work faces the issue of either givingor receiving advice, if not both, on a regular basis. Sometimes … News Sometimes an apparently random topic catches your eye, and then you start to see it all around you. That’s happened … News Are you a bad boss? Do you bully employees, rely on intimidation to getthings done, and “kiss up and kick … News Based on our past research, we’ve found thatbusinesspeople are not taking the amount of vacation they are due. Wewanted … News I enjoy exercising on a treadmill, even though I know that no matter how fast I go or how long … News Dick LeFave and John Doucette see value where few CIOs are even bothering to look these days: entry-level IT staff. … News Not only are businesspeople not taking all thevacation they are due, but many also are not taking enough truevacation. We … News It is no secret that work today is more demandingthan ever. With the bottom-line orientation of budget-constrainedorganizations as the new … News A recent Princeton study of political candidatessays it may. In a survey of over 800 students who were shown one … News If you want your life to be more than a series of meetings, e-mails and business trips, you are … News If you want to feel more valued by your superiors,you should focus on increasing your organization’s revenue and profitand … News In the spring of 2005, the American public wastreated to the spectacle of well muscled baseball players testifying infront … News A long string of cold, raw, misplaced March weather was broken today here in Cambridge, and as a result, lunch … Feature New UPS CIO Dave Barnes is the latest product of a culture that values succession planning. News Is your CEO flying this month? The business story in USAirwayu2019s inflight mag Attache this month is about … News One of the joys of writing a column is theresponse you get from readers. Many have written to say … Feature What to do before you ever take one step onto the fairways and greens of a golf course. Feature Heading out to the golf course with colleagues and business associates is a chance to network and build relationships over 18 holes. But there are many written and unwritten rules of the game that all IT executives need to know. News Mass production has hit a dead end. Today’s consumers increasingly expect individualized attention. CIOs can help their companies understand this shifting economic landscape. News There have been many good points made in the comments section of last weeku2019s u201cThinking about Software Patentsu201d … News OK, I’m going to open up a can of worms that I’ve been thinking about for a while now, but … Feature Online tools and collaborative groups are giving enterprises more tools than ever for using open source applications. News Making the tough decisions is never easy.Within the last two years, the majority of executives and managers saythat work-life … News CIOs who have been asked to do more with less have been asking their staffs to do a lot more. They came through for you; now what are you going to do for them? News "Whenever we have a problem, we call for betterleadership and more … News There are fewer "company men"–fewer men, literally, and fewer who have been with the company their entire working lives–among CEOs. Feature J. Greg Hanson serves his country as Assistant Sergeant at Arms and CIO for the U.S. Senate. Feature CIO and CFO of iBeam Solutions, Paul Bursey recounts how his efforts saved four children's lives.
Feature Former CIO for Scott Paper, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and (briefly) the FBI, Darwin A. John is considered one of the first people ever to be called a CIO.