While there are few universals when it comes to saying unambiguously what ‘managing IT right’ looks like, knowing how to navigate the limitless possibilities of IT is surely one.
Strong leadership is vital to IT success — and shouldn’t be taken for granted. Continual self-reflection is essential for knowing whether it’s time to restructure your approach to leading IT.
CIOs should know that AI has captured the imagination of the public, including their business colleagues. Dialogue is key to remediating misconceptions and steering the enterprise toward value creation.
High-profile IT disasters are enforcing the dystopic visions and macro-pessimisms saturating the cultural consciousness. Only by steeling against perpetuating past IT sins and embracing possibility can we make something brighter.
IT leaders have been navigating uncertainty since the inception of the role. Focusing on this one key differentiator will prepare your organization for whatever comes its way.
IT leaders need a new metaphor for talent acquisition — one that better preps their organizations for the long run.
You can’t innovate without a strong foundation. That’s why it’s vital to think strategically about IT infrastructure — and to get your C-suite colleagues and board members too as well.
Customers and companies alike are concerned about supply chain disruptions and the impact supply chains have on the environment. Taking a transparent, data-informed approach can help.