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The Digital Leadership Void
Bask Iyer, CIO at Juniper and former CIO at Honeywell and GlaxoSmithKline Beecham makes some great observations on the Chief Digital Officer from his recent conversations with CEOs. Acknowledging that some CEO's are addressing a leadership void in their CIOs around digital, he observes that the Chief Digital Officer route is not addressing the issue.
Tech Adoption Lessons From Healthcare
In speaking with various healthcare executives this year, there seems to be a few challenges that always come up in conversation. One of them relates to the introduction of new technology to support physicians in their practice of medicine. Just a few years ago, the percentage of physicians using electronic medical records was in the single digits. Now, thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, most physicians have adopted these technologies to some degree. Unfortunately, many are still struggling to find a positive user experience.
Manufacturing Technology Attracts the Best Employees to your Enterprise
The manufacturing industry has seen a monumental shift in recent years. Technologies including big data, global platforms and flexible supply chains have revolutionized the industry and paved the way for major improvements in efficiency and communication.
Five Keys to CSO Success
CSO, don't allow yourself to get hung up on the "C" in your title. Instead, view yourself as an operator, a general manager that must balance cost, opportunity and risk everyday on behalf of thousands of stakeholders.
Budgeting for Innovation
Companies and their leaders are faced with increasing pressure to deliver in two areas simultaneously: respond to today's pressing commitments by optimizing the process and determine and invest in innovation opportunities that will enable future business success. Naturally, people tend to instantly respond to crises that are right in front of them, and push innovative thinking to the back burner.