• 15 Ways to Get Your Company to Embrace Disruption

    For professionals involved in digital transformation efforts, disruption of traditional operations is inevitable. Unfortunately, sometimes certain team members might push back. How to build your case.

  • 14 Process Improvement Problems to Avoid

    When undergoing process improvement, understanding your process from start to finish is the best way to prevent certain inevitable problems from occurring.

  • 10 Process Improvement Questions Business Leaders Should Ask

    Process improvement is more than knowing there’s a better way. 10 important questions business leaders must ask before taking action.

  • 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.

  • 5 Step Digital Transformation Roadmap for Operations
  • Improving Your Productivity: Myths versus Realities

    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.

  • Five Types of People You Might Meet at QuickBase EMPOWER

    A few examples of citizen developers improving digital operations across their organizations whom you may run into at a QuickBase user event.

  • 5 Reasons Why People Hate Project Managers

    Project Managers: Do your team members feel this way about you? How can you encourage some more respect?

  • 10 Ways NOT to Do Change Management

    Have you ever had a change initiative go horribly wrong? If you’re guilty of one of these, you might have found your reason.

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  • Do You Have a Time Wasting Personality?

    Improve your productivity by getting rid of these tendencies.

  • What’s the Right Speed for IT?

    A Deloitte report offers considerations for CIOs to keep in mind when forming expectations around speed that is business process-related, architectural, and organizational.