10 Most Important Pieces of Advice for Women in IT

At a recent Executive Women in IT luncheon co-hosted by the CIO Executive Council and Dell Services, almost 40 leading women in IT gathered to discuss what it means to be trailblazers and risk-takers in today’s global IT business environment.
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CIO Magazine: State of the CIO 2014

CIOs are increasing their roles, increasing the time spent on strategic activities and elevating their positions within their companies from a functional department to business strategists.
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The Evolution of Value

Let’s take another look at the changing role of IT. Which won’t be the last time, because trends like the proliferation of employee-owned devices, the mobile workforce and the freelance economy are creating unrelenting disruptions in the enterprise.
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“Value” — The New Measurement for IT Success

As we have discussed here previously, a number of major trends—consumerization of IT, the Cloud, social media and mobility—will continue to disrupt IT organizations for many years to come.
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Perception vs. Reality: Where Will You Be in 3 Years?

Things are not always what they seem. Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear. Your perception is your reality.
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Pyramid of Expertise

We have previously touched on the idea of rethinking innovation as it relates to processes, organizational structures and staffing models, including the “Hollywood Model.” The latter part of that list received some interesting feedback, and I thought I’d revisit and continue that conversation.
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CXO Insights Twitter Chat led by Jeff Cutler

CXO Insights Hosts Twitter Chat

Can the massive change that is taking place in IT be boiled down to just 140 characters? Almost. Working with IDG Media, Dell Services sponsored a Twitter chat to openly discuss what current industry research suggests is changing the role of the CIO.
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Research: What Does the C-suite Think About Your Future?

By now, everyone is feeling the effects of the shifting IT landscape. The conversation and mission of most senior IT executives had previously been about technology selection and delivery.
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Harvard Business Review Research: The End of Efficiency as the End Game

For years, an uncertain global economic climate shifted the focus of many organizations toward costs. This meant everything from postponing discretionary IT spending to reducing head counts of individual contributors.
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The Importance of 2.0

Today, we have some very important macro trends that we’re defining as 2.0 phases. Management, IT, enterprise, capital and economics are experiencing tectonic shifts in the way they are defined, measured, analyzed, discussed and acted upon.
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