The pandemic has proved IT agility is an existential imperative. IT leaders versed with agile transformation share tips for speeding up IT’s ability to create business value and navigate change.
IT leaders share their experiences and advice for overhauling IT for speed, including cutting down on projects, shifting to product-based delivery, and spurring a cultural transformation.
IT leaders are upskilling IT staff in sought-after skills to support organizational transformations u2014 and to improve employee retention. Here, CIOs share training strategies and lessons learned.
Accenture maintained its position at the top of the IT service provider market, as Infosys leapt to No. 2 in a year of acute talent challenges, according to Everest Group's 7th annual rankings.
IT leaders with service contracts in the region are working quickly to minimize impacts on their partners and projects, while the industry at large braces for price hikes and talent crunches across the globe.
For IT, change is constant u2014 so too is the need to assess, address, and reinforce your organizationu2019s ability to adapt and transform.
Leading CIOs from the energy, financial, fashion, and fleet management sectors discuss how they changed their IT organizations to pave the way for business transformation.
The heroic work CIOs did in facilitating all-remote workplaces isnu2019t enough to tackle whatu2019s next. Hybrid success requires the right investments, a new mindset, and widespread cultural changes.
No CIO has all the answers. Strategic vendors, consultants, former colleagues, CIO peers u2014 all can provide valuable counsel if you know how to develop advisory relationships that work.