innovation

  • Science Reveals How to Create an Innovative Culture

    Mastering digital is no longer a nice idea – it’s imperative for any company that wants to survive past 2020, a study finds.

  • Shadow IT – Don’t Be Scared Be Prepared

    Although citizen development has moved out of the realm of Shadow IT, it still causes IT departments anxiety. Steps IT can take to grow more comfortable around citizen development applications.

  • Digital Maturity — Who Gets the Ball Rolling? Brian Solis…

    Interview with Brian Solis about his maturity framework that makes the nebulous process of digital transformation much more tangible.

  • On the Fence: IT Pros Decide What to Do With Legacy Systems

    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.

  • Understanding the Hidden Cost of Spreadsheets eBook
  • Will You Be Digital Prey – or Digital Predator?

    Digital networks are changing the world of business. 10 principles for creating digital network value for any company.

  • Rapid Application Development Executive Panel at EMPOWER 2016…

    At last week’s EMPOWER 2016 conference, we heard from a panel of executives regarding lessons learned from their rapid application development implementations.

  • Citizen Development Luminaries Share Insights at EMPOWER 2016

    A discussion on citizen development between Allison Mnookin, CEO, QuickBase, Inc. and Mark Driver, Gartner, Inc.

  • 5 Cloud Computing Trends to Watch

    In 2016, the cloud will grow in position and influence, but services will still need to integrate with traditional infrastructures.

  • 5 Step Digital Transformation Roadmap for Operations
  • Geoffrey Moore: Models of Disruptive Innovation from #EMPOWER2016

    Geoffrey Moore kicks off EMPOWER2016 in his keynote on what factors would make citizen development “go big.”

  • Is Efficiency 2016’s Dirty Word?

    New research on great work illustrates that efficiency may be in its death throes.