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    Executive expectations of IT often are not aligned to what IT is capable of delivering. A Gartner brief details the necessity for CIOs to communicate more productively with business partners.

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    How to properly push comfortable employees to higher levels of performance, how email is affecting work performance and a fresh look at employee productivity.

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    IT leaders including Miami-Dade County database manager Sue Camner, Wal-Mart CIO Karenann Terrell, and NSM Insurance Group CIO Brendan O’Malley, share views on legacy IT challenges.

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    Chris Bailey, author of the new book The Productivity Project, completed several personal productivity experiments. Highlights of ones that worked well, and those that didn’t.

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  • Telepresence: Boon for the Virtual Digital Workplace and Bane for…

    Do the current telepresence robots live up to the hype to improve remote employee engagement, and are they a nightmare for IT staff to manage and secure?

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    Here are six tricks to managing your calendar to help you better manage your time and put it to work for you.

  • Five Phases for PMO Leader Success in the First 100 Days

    Got a new PMO? New Gartner report shows how to quickly earn credibility and prove your value in the first 100 days.

  • Team Productivity – What You Need to Know This Week

    How to stop doing low-value work; avoiding the summer workplace productivity slump; and dealing with smartphone distractions at work.

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  • Quantum Leap: What Next-Gen Computing Means For IT and Project…

    New Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made headlines recently when he explained quantum computing during a press event.

  • Is Napping at Work Coming to Your Office?

    Napping at work is being encouraged by major industry players like Nike, Google, and even the accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers. Will napping at work become the norm?