As organizations seek to accelerate their digital transformations, time to market, and development of new customer engagement channels, CIOs must find ways to sustain innovation. Read on for advice for upping innovation velocity and more.
How will agile teams that flourished in in-person settings adapt to new ways of working and continue to advance business innovation? CIO’s Maryfran Johnson sat down with Mojgan Lefebvre, executive vice president and chief technology and operations officer at Travelers, to discuss just that.
Your IT employees likely possess skills and knowledge that are unused in their current roles and may make it easier for them to learn new skills. Together, these hidden and transferable skills provide a treasure trove of untapped IT talent.
Choosing a hyperscaler includes a series of seemingly unrelated decisions that must be assessed and made with a target end-state in mind. You will likely only get to make this decision once, so you’d better get it right.
The secret to IT capacity management is not mathematical rigor but emotional discipline. It’s about keeping your eye on the ball and accepting that broad strokes are enough to get you there. A lightweight model will usually do the trick and has several advantages.
Identifying and growing IT talent in remote and hybrid workplaces is a big change for IT leaders, who must rely more on metrics, emotional intelligence, and new remote skills to elevate the best from their teams.
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.
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