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
UPDATE – Please be sure to check out the Change Management Manifesto as well. How much process is too much process? How can you implement enough process so that you get the benefits (e.g. efficiency, repeatability, scale, etc.) but not too much so as to slow down your agility? The Change Management discipline / industry would be wise to reflect
The Phoenix Principle: Waiting for the economy? That won’t work.. Adam Hartung is a fellow ex-CSCer and well published speaker / author on helping companies turn around and establish new growth share some interesting thoughts in the above link. In this article Adam discusses the trap of “waiting for the storm to blow over” so that happy days are here
If you are familiar with agile techniques from the software development industry, I propose that we as change leaders, can benefit from reflecting on agile principles.
CIOs: Put Business Technology Leadership Maturity In Your 2010 Strategic Plan | CIO – Blogs and Discussion
The back office and front office of business is collapsing. Businesses everywhere are experiencing tremendous shifts in their IT usage. 40 years ago, IT was a pure back office function buried in the bowels of corporations under the head of finance and used almost exclusively for accounting and book keeping.