It’s Time for CIOs to Get in the Game CIO.com. Are you in the game or on the sidelines? In a recent article on CIO.com, it is suggested that its time for CIO’s to get in the game. while I couldn’t agree more, I would encourage you to take this article one step further. If you find yourself wanting to
The New New CIO Role: Big Changes Ahead – CIO.com. In a recent discussion with a previous client of mine and now friend, I was challenged as to why I view the role of CIO as exciting. The attached article does a good job of answering my friend Jim’s question. Incidentally, you can read Jim’s musings on his blog at
I attended a CIO Perspectives conference in Philadelphia this morning. It was a great session with a lot of relevant content. Definitely worth the investment in time. The keynote speaker was a CIO who is leading a business transformation for a pharmaceutical distribution company using an ERP implementation as the technology driver. His discussion focused on three key elements critical
SOA: Think Business Transformation, Not Code Reuse – CIO.com – Business Technology Leadership. This article gets an enthusiastic “thumbs up” from me on the topic of leveraging technology for business transformation. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet
The 10 Key Capabilities of Next-Generation Project Managers – CIO.com – Business Technology Leadership.
Project management and change management are closely related. In fact, I view it more as project “thinking” and change “thinking” that all people involved with business transformation need to embrace.