- An essential pocket guide for your digital transformation, from legacy technology systems to the platforms of the future. For more insight, read “10 Principles for Modernizing Your Company’s Technology.”
- Today’s technology platforms are not just new versions of legacy systems. They allow you to design a completely new digital enterprise — as long as you follow these guidelines. See also “A Guide to Modernizing Your Company’s Technology.”
- Symantec chief information officer Sheila Jordan has spent four years leading IT during one of Silicon Valley’s most noteworthy corporate change efforts.
- August 26, 2015 by Matt PalmquistCIOs are staying longer in their jobs, another sign that supply chain management is becoming more vital to large companies.
- February 24, 2015 by Eric J. McNultyWhen it comes to data thieves, no company is immune. Leaders, here’s how to prepare.
- February 9, 2015 by Susan CrammThe author of a new book says it’s more productive to integrate your career with your passions, talents, and service to others.
- June 11, 2014 by Susan CrammEffective leaders focus on powerful possibilities, not problems.
- February 24, 2014 by Susan CrammWhen you connect the development of your top talent with the needs of your organization, everyone wins—and your best people stay. To assess how well you’re retaining your top talent, take our interactive quiz.
- Companies benefit from strong IT leaders. The trick is developing and retaining them.
- August 5, 2013 by Susan CrammWe are raising our children to thrive in a bygone era.
- November 27, 2012 by Ann GrahamThe former head of Alcoa Russia teaches executives that in international business practice, ethics and competitive advantage go hand in hand.
- Martin Harris, MD, chief information officer of one of the world’s most innovative hospital systems, describes how medical IT helps providers engage consumers and cut costs.
- Emulating the methods used to transform production quality could clean up the Internet — and might even pay for itself.
- A conversation with Aetna Executive Vice President Meg McCarthy.
- Allowing employees access to online IT services, such as e-mail, desktop applications, and file storage, could save corporations money and improve productivity.
- Web-based computing services are already saving money for many large enterprises. It’s time to jump on the bandwagon.
- Companies and industries are often driven by implicit formulas. Questioning their validity can lead to breakthroughs.
- March 31, 2009 by Edward H. BakerMobile phone operators are turning to LTE as the fourth-generation technology to provide inexpensive wireless broadband access for cost-conscious consumers and businesses.
- A survey finds that information technology is a neglected asset in joint ventures, leading to disturbing results.
- February 17, 2009 by Edward H. BakerEconomist Robert Reich believes that the excesses of capitalism have produced a world order in which people feel good as consumers but suffer as citizens.
- IT departments can generate understanding of the impact of products on the environment.
- September 9, 2008 by Edward H. BakerAmid the tightest credit conditions in decades, the market for corporate control is favoring low-leverage, growth-oriented transactions.
- August 26, 2008 by Edward H. BakerBringing personalized service to e-commerce consumers.
- August 19, 2008 by Edward H. BakerHarvard Business School Professor John Kotter on why urgency in the face of change matters — right now.
- May 6, 2008 by Edward H. BakerWhat can the U.S. do to maintain its competitive position against the E.U. and China? Foreign policy scholar Parag Khanna believes the answer lies right under our noses.
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