The board director and former CIO knows a thing or two about transformation. Her advice to IT leaders looking to improve their career trajectory: “Approach it like a business problem” and take steps to improve your product.
A PwC survey covering operations and technology leaders as well as other C-suite executives globally has identified three main roadblocks stopping them from achieving digital transformation in their supply chain operations.
David Reis, Vice President & CIO at the University of Miami Health System, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss high-touch digital healthcare, disrupting IT cost models, flexible sourcing, re-recruiting tech talent and more. This episode is sponsored by the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Learn more at FairfaxCountyEDA.Org.
The former chief digital and technology officer of JetBlue discusses his new private equity operating partner role, and why PE firms are increasingly bringing CIOs into their firms and portfolio businesses.
With the percentage of tech workers opting for independent work rising, CIOs are recalculating staffing mixes to lean more heavily on freelance and contract workers for hard-to-hire, high-demand skills.
Ascertaining the value of data initiatives that support the business can be tricky. Here’s how data intelligence company Collibra took a product-based approach to evaluating the ROI of a key pre-sales dashboard tool.
Insights from data and machine learning algorithms can be invaluable, but mistakes can cost you reputation, revenue, or even lives. These high-profile analytics and AI blunders illustrate what can go wrong.
Oracle ME, an employee experience suite within the company’s Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) platform, is aimed at resolving workforce challenges such as attrition in the wake of the pandemic.
Outsourcing has evolved — and so too have misconceptions about what makes a successful sourcing partnership in a world remade by pandemic, digital transformation, talent shortages, and geopolitical turmoil.
Even as many organizations chart plans to return to the office, remote leadership isn’t going away any time soon. It’s never too late to build on what you’ve learned leading through the pandemic to ensure productivity continues.
With attrition an increasingly challenging issue, companies are turning to chatbots and machine learning to augment HR strategies for gauging employee sentiment, identifying flight risks, and strengthening career support.
Episode sponsored by Fairfax County Economic Development Authority: Ken Spangler, Executive Vice President of IT and CIO of Global OpCo Technologies at FedEx, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss digital acceleration, business agility and more. This episode is sponsored by Fairfax County Economic Development Authority. Learn more at FairfaxCountyEDA.Org.