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Well-Tailored IT

A sophisticated, strategically oriented IT function is a desirable goal for any company. Itís especially desirable when the businessís distinctive capabilities rely heavily on information technology. If you are a chief information officer (CIO), a chief technology officer (CTO), or any other senior IT leader, you need to make the same kinds of disciplined choices for your department that the CEO and top leadership team are making about the strategic direction of the enterprise.
[Full Article]   Mar-17-2013

 

Helping Employees to Be Healthier: How About a Sweepstakes?

More and more companies are implementing wellness programs to foster healthier workforces, from smoking-cessation coaching to weight-loss plans. But to design such programs effectively, employers need to know a lot about the health of each of their workers, so they can figure out where the greatest needs for improvement exist.
[Full Article]   Mar-10-2013

 

The Threat From Within: What CIOs Need To Do To Protect The Company From The IT Department

As CIO the rest of the company is relying on you to keep them safe. They expect you to lead the IT team in defending the corporate castle from hackers and attackers. The importance of information technology requires us to spend time doing this Ė itís really part of the CIO job. However, it turns out that no matter how thick you make the virtual fences that you put around the companyís IT assets, you may be dealing with an even bigger threat from within your own IT department.
[Full Article]   Mar-10-2013

 

Tracking Sensors Invade the Workplace

As Big Data becomes a fixture of office life, companies are turning to tracking devices to gather real-time information on how teams of employees work and interact. Sensors, worn on lanyards or placed on office furniture, record how often staffers get up from their desks, consult other teams and hold meetings. Businesses say the data offer otherwise hard-to-glean insights about how workers do their jobs, and are using the information to make changes large and small, ranging from the timing of coffee breaks to how work groups are composed, to spur collaboration and productivity.
[Full Article]   Mar-10-2013

 

What If? A Simple Process for Exceeding Customer Expectations

"What if" questions allow creative and profitable ideas to take form. To make it work for your company, resist the urge to reject any idea until theyíre all on the table. Even the best ideas can be easy to dismiss. Read on to see how three companies got breakthrough results in exceeding customer expectations.
[Full Article]   Mar-10-2013

 

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