CIO Magazine: April 1, 2013

How to Bounce Back From a Job Disaster

An executive coach provides three tips for recovering from from an adverse, unexpected job change.

Workday Focuses on Its Post-IPO Future

Workday’s HR software-as-a-service tool wins praise for ease-of-use, but it remains to be seen whether the company's financial module will be adopted as quickly

Does Technology Makes Us Smarter Or Dumber?

IDG Enterprise CEO Mike Friedenberg ponders a bleak future where self-driving cars, smart appliances and drone technology leave humans without much to do--except get fat and push buttons.

Fast-Food CIOs Are Fast Learners

This $707 billion global industry is building more intimate customer relationships by pushing the IT envelope on technologies like real-time data analysis, inventory-tracking sensors and mobile payments


Airport's CIO Turns to Mobile App Helps Harried Travelers

Dallas-Fort Worth airport’s smartphone app makes it easier for customers to find their gate, food and a parking place


Great CIOs Are Politically Savvy

Despite all our objective metrics, executing a business strategy requires a personal touch, says Brand Velocity's Jack Bergstrand

How a CIO at ING Japan Transformed Its IT Operation

The CIO at ING Insurance in Japan explains how he provided a new vision and framework for improving the reputation and effectiveness of the IT department

Why Diversity Matters in IT Hiring

Building a network of diverse IT talent--people who will be ready for your next job opening--is a year-round task with a big payoff, says a former divisional CIO at GE

How Play at Work Can Lead to IT Innovation

All work and no play does more than make Jack a dull boy. It can stifle creativity. A playful office helps corporate problem-solving and sparks innovation.

Mobile and Personalization Technologies Drive Fast Food Chains to the Future

The future of burger joints and smoothie bars involves customer-friendly technologies that will make fast food more of a service and less of a destination.

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