The stories that leaders need to tell fall into four broad categories: personal stories, customer success stories, employee-values-in-action stories, and perspective stories. Here's why they're effective tools for establishing personal connection.
More CIOS are turning to robotic process automation to eliminate tedious tasks, freeing corporate workers to focus on higher value work. But RPA requires proper design, planning and governance if it's to bolster the business, experts say.
A solid data management strategy can reap rewards for any business seeking to capitalize on the value of data. Still, the road to data-driven decision-making remains rife with challenges and conundrums.
Ken Grady, CIO at IDEXX, and Seth Rigoletti, Leadership Coach at Valico Group, join host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss making work more human, bridging IT generational gaps, lightbulb leadership moments, reframing change management and more.
Born of the pandemic, the commercial real-estate company’s global source-to-pay automation system overcame localization and change management challenges to become a blueprint for a new strategic imperative.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Dedicated Region will now have a minimum commitment of about $1 million a year, far below the previous requirement of $6 million a year in consumption over a three-year period.
The acquisition, part of PwC's global strategy to boost its technology practice, will be the company's first technology acquisition in India, making PwC India the largest talent pool for the Salesforce platform in the country.
Jackson Health System’s Medical Record Surveillance and Record Sharing project scans medical records in real-time, matches them to partner organizations, and automates the medical record transfer, providing a productivity and efficiency boost.
The financial institution is researching the possibilities of quantum computing and validating use cases for the coming quantum disruption. As CIO Chintan Mehta puts it, “Not engaging is not an option.”
At the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, CIO Jamie Holcombe is proving that an agile and innovative mindset, as well as individual accountability, can deliver new tricks for one of the country's oldest federal agencies.