Dell CIO: Don't Ask Employees What They Want

Dell CIO Adriana Karaboutis doesn't ask employees what they want, but instead has her IT team observe them at work and find new ways to improve how they do their job.

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IT Leadership Salaries Remain Flat

Average annual salaries for CIOs and other top IT leadership positions have remained flat overall since 2008, according to new research from Janco Associates and The accompanying report, the "Mid-Year 2014 IT Salary Survey," reveals that the number of IT jobs has increased within this period. And rank-and-file tech... Read More »

An Important Lesson Most IT Leaders Have Forgotten

To be a digital leader, you must be well versed in a wide range of constantly changing subject areas, which will require that you exist in a constant state of learning and exploration.

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IT: A Creative Arm of the Enterprise

CIOs and their IT organizations are on the defensive, their future in doubt. To remain relevant, IT must rightfully assert itself as a creative arm of the enterprise.

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Inside IT With CenturyLink CIO Bill Bradley

A CenturyLink veteran, Bill Bradley talks about cultural challenges in the workplace, the advantages of cloud computing, and the importance of reacting positively to change.

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IT Pros: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

As IT has become integrated into businesses and is no longer considered a department of antisocial nerds, IT professionals are seeking ways to learn business skills. But many IT pros think that to get them, or to advance their career, they must leave their present company. A new study, "Hello, I Must Be Going: Hard Facts on Soft Skills," by Read More »

The Five Traits of the Digital Renaissance Man

IT needs more leaders who possess the necessary breadth of knowledge and experience to help organizations deal with the business challenges of today.

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It's Google Time

If we're always connected to work, if we spend less and less time with our family and friends, if we don't take vacations and if we're constantly stressed out, are we doing something wrong as a society?

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10 Bizarre Requests From Bosses

A new survey from CareerBuilder brings good news for CIOs and other managers: Most employees are satisfied with their supervisor's performance, as more than six in 10 workers would give their bosses an "A" or "B" grade. But about one in seven would assign a "D" or "F," findings show. There appears to be a correlation between communication styles and the grades, given that nearly one-third of... Read More »

Three Tips About Managing Expectations

To manage others' expectations, it's important to outline a strategy and set clear objectives, adjust to organizational realities, and address the needs of your employees.

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