As we wind down the year, here's a look at the trends which technology leadership says will be impacting the IT organization in 2017 and beyond.
By design, distractions are everywhere in a digital world, yet working deeply may be the most important ability we need to be successful in the new economy. A new book, Deep Work, by Cal Newport provides great insight into how we can better overcome this paradox.
Emboldened by previous results, leadership at Mid-Market companies are making larger wagers on technology investments as they build strategies around them.
In October of 1962, President Kennedy and his team, faced a crisis that could have resulted in global catastrophe. Are there lessons to be learned from their successful experience for business leaders facing far less grave situations?
Finding and hiring the tech specialists to help you enable your 2.0-strategies is only half the challenge. Retaining them once you've brought them on is the next.
Both the business and the IT organization agree that a tighter partnership is needed to advance the technology goals of the company. So why isn't it happening?
Digitally mature organizations have the talent, culture, leadership and strategy needed to win the digital transformation race. Is your company a contender?
Multi-tasking does more than cause mistakes, it makes mayhem on the productive output of your IT organization. Here's a closer look at the damage done and what we can do to fix it.