3:57 PM Tuesday October 30, 2012
For the past 30 years, technology has thrilled and tortured us. It still does. Never turn your back on IT. The more you know, the riskier it gets. Five lessons on how to avoid tech hell. To read more, click here.
9:46 PM Wednesday September 12, 2012
If you’re tempted to ask your boss, “Am I your guy?” don’t bother.
My guess is that you probably already know his answer.
Rather than asking your boss a question that will raise, rather than squelch concerns, it’s much more productive to ask yourself: “What would my successor do?” After all, if you think you may be replaced, you might as well replace yourself (with your new-and-improved self) and get your boss thinking about how you are the answer to his prayers rather than the cause of his problems. To read more click here.
4:41 PM Tuesday July 17, 2012
There are quite a few companies who have tried to cut their way to IT success over the past five years and are starting to regret it.
The economic crisis and subsequent lackluster recovery has IT spending at significantly lower levels than 2008. Companies that have delayed investments – in people and technology – are finding that they are now at a competitive disadvantage. New competitors, without the burden of legacy IT environments bowing their backs, are leveraging low-cost, fast-cycle disruptive technologies. These fast-moving competitors are pushing industry incumbents to build new IT-enabled capabilities or risk falling farther behind.
To read further, click here.