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Stories by Diann Daniel
Dr. James Canton of the Institute of Global Futures tells what IT managers should be doing to lead future projects.
Power Twitter user, former Mac evangelist, and Alltop cofounder Guy Kawasaki knows a thing or two about innovation. But, he says, that doesn't make it easy.
Twitter and to a lesser extent Facebook are like ghetto art communities on the verge of gentrification: Hipsters are loving the first-there, build-something-from-scratch feeling, and hungry capitalists are eyeing the goods and trying to figure out how to get in on the action and make a profit. But few companies have figured out how to capitalize on all that coveted word-of-mouth and networking.
Michael Schrage tells CIOs and other business leaders why risk is not innovation's ugly stepchild, why innovation priorities are crucial, and how companies are like alcoholics.
Tony Scott, CIO of Microsoft, weighs in on how the company deals with rogue IT, what it's like to lead IT at the tech giant, and how the company manages innovation.
Hotels that want to become (or stay) successful are making sure they offer amenities like 24/7 connectivity and other techie requirements. That's where our nine Techie Hotels come in. These hotels have found a way to go above and beyond standard hotel niceties. Some offer both luxurious surroundings and futuristic tech conveniences, some have found a way to offer tech amenities at a reasonable rate, and some are using technology to bring people together.
Hiring managers need to know how to interview people — and know how to do it well — to find the best people for job openings, says Elvis Cernjul, a rising IT leader at Spiegel Brands
It's a good time to aspire to IT stardom.
To make sure your climb up the career ladder goes fast and easy, you'll need to earn the trust of your colleagues and demonstrate your promotability
Meandering or unnecessary meetings cost money, waste time, deflate morale and contribute to turnover - all the more reason to adopt these suggestions to run meetings more efficiently
Owning a Mac indicates more than a love for shiny eye-candy tech and simple user interfaces.
Unnecessary IT complexity adds costs, reduces effectiveness and stalls innovation. According to Forrester research, the answer lies in strategic and ongoing consolidation
Making sure your data gets and stays clean requires the right approach to data governance.
You need to have an executive sponsor and a business intelligence strategy in place before you start thinking about which vendors to evaluate