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Becky Blalock's Big Dare

Former CIO Becky Blalock reflects on her decades-long career in IT and offers advice about self-confidence, risk taking, leadership and the lack of women in IT.

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The Three-Step Process for Becoming the Next Apple

With this simple three-step procedure, your IT team will have the atmosphere, process and opportunity for them to suggest and help implement an array of innovative ideas.

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Why Gamification Matters

Gamification is an upside-down, inside-out concept for many business and IT leaders, but it is quickly becoming a mainstream activity in the enterprise.

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Why 2014 is a Key Year for the Internet of Things

Due to a fortunate combination of technological, economic and physical factors, 2014 will be an important year for the consumer and industrial Internet of Things.

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Is Your Current Position Defining Who You Are?

For most people, their job is a large part of their personal identity, but people need a professional identity that is separate and distinct from their current position.

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Five Habits of Highly Successful Digital Companies

Digitally innovative organizations outperform their peers by providing personalized service to their customers, building one streamlined app that does it all, and conveying information electronically.

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The Three Attitudes of a Disciplined IT Department

To be trusted, IT organizations should focus on the customer experience, communicate proactively and effectively, and choose adaptability over rigor.

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Translating IT Speak Into Business Speak

To communicate effectively, it's incumbent for CIOs to talk about every technology initiative in terms of its business benefit and value.

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Sustainability 2.0: The CSO's Role Keeps Growing

As sustainability gains more prominence in the enterprise, the role of the chief sustainability officer has steadily evolved.

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Three Things CIOs Can Learn From Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella recently spoke about the leadership issues he faces as the new CEO of Microsoft, including owning the innovation agenda and the most important thing that leaders do.

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