What are employees – inside and outside of IT – thinking and doing about digital transformation initiatives? Insights from CapGemini Consulting, QuickBase and Brian Solis.
Elise Olding, Research VP, Gartner, Inc. on how leaders can tap into the potential of individuals by empowering them to solve problems without having to run their ideas through multiple layers of the organization.
How do you manage a project successfully when you can’t fall back on “because I said so?”
There are two key steps you’ll need to take to ensure the customer is considered in your business processes and avoid customer experience gaps.
Moira Alexander, founder and president of Lead-Her-Ship Group, as well as a project management and IT columnist for CIO Magazine, shares her insights on the state of project management.
Process changes may be confusing and even frightening to teams, but leaders can use persuasive techniques to break down those barriers.
Four times when “good enough” is good enough at work. How to delegate work to your team that’s divided fairly; and how to tackle a project you’re dreading.
CIOs must begin their new jobs by helping leaders at every level understand what the IT department can and cannot do.
The best ways to instill operational excellence into every employee’s DNA may be found at the bottom of the ocean – on a submarine.
Here’s how to initiate a conversation with someone who’s running a project that you have concerns about.