The stakes are increasing for the digital transformation, as a growing number of organizations plan to invest in transformation-enabling technology tools and services. Such investments, of course, will make a significant impact on budgets, which is why the vast majority of technology executives and other top leaders believe it is important or critical for CIOs and CFOs to collaborate... Read More »
The majority of organizations know that they need to do a better job of planning for IT infrastructure, software development, data needs and cyber-security. But surprisingly few of them actually take part in long-term, tech-focused architectural planning, according to a recent survey from CompTIA. The accompanying report, "
A significant share of CEOs at multinational companies rank ongoing digital transformation efforts "at the top of our boardroom agenda," according to a recent survey from BT. The resulting report, "Leading from the Front: CEO Perspectives on Business Transformation in... Read More »
General dissatisfaction with tech leadership and IT support—as well as significant changes in company direction—are the most likely reasons that an organization will look to change its CIO, according to a recent survey from Deloitte. The accompanying report, "Taking... Read More »
While a majority of organizations recognize the urgent need to deploy artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, relatively few are adopting AI beyond pilot programs, according to a recent survey from the MIT Sloan Management Review and the Boston Consulting Group. The resulting report, "
With business stakeholders increasingly demanding quick access to data, the vast majority of CIOs are convinced that their organization needs to hire a chief data officer (CDO), according to a recent survey from Experian Data Quality. The resulting report, "Read More »
As company culture and existing "organizational context" (attributes in the environment that can influence performance) keep CIOs from being as effective as they could be, many business executives said that IT is either significantly or fully replaceable by third-party services, according to a recent survey from McKinsey and Company. The resulting article, "
Instead of deferring any and all tech-related issues to the IT department, today's most successful C-suite leaders are diving deeply into technology challenges and solutions, according to a recent survey from ThoughtWorks. The accompanying report, "Read More »
The majority of CEOs are embracing technology disruption as a potential opportunity, even though most of them admit that their organization may not be prepared for rapid disruption, according to a recent survey from KPMG LLP. The resulting report, "Disrupt and Grow: U.S. CEO Outlook 2017," indicates that many corporate leaders now... Read More »
In an era defined by astonishingly rapid changes in IT innovation and business, the CEOs of technology companies tackle highly complex challenges every day. The most admired ones, however, never appear to let the pressure get to them. In fact, judging by the following 2017 list of "Read More »
Many think of tech debt as just annual run cost, but it also includes the inefficiencies, duplicate processes and extra work created by outdated architecture.Read More »
Whether you're on the beach, by the pool or just taking the train to work, you can make the most of these summer months by immersing yourself in these informative books about leadership, innovation and digital transformations. To offer suggestions, we've come up with the following list of business and tech-themed titles. Two of them offer in-depth insights into the ever-evolving relationship... Read More »
A significant percent of CIOs and other IT decision-makers consider digital transformation "Topic A" on their technology agenda, according to a recent survey from BMC. Successful transformations are currently creating new sources of revenue, improving operations and establishing... Read More »