Articles about Leadership
CIO of Rio 2016 presents key numbers of the IT operation supporting the Games
A new book by respected Gartner analyst, Tina Nunno, recommends controversial tactics for solving problems and getting ahead. Will her suggestions work or backfire on CIOs who try them?
The days of IT as a back office order-taker are gone. Learn how to benefit your company, grow professionally, and take advantage of great CIO opportunities that lie just ahead.
Microsoft's board is hoping for a swift end to its search for a new leader.
The Twitter and Square co-founder drops by the Techonomy Detroit conference to offer a few words of wisdom to his fellow entrepreneurs.
It took a lot of Googling to come up with ten executives (and two are really New York based).
Diplomacy and compromise cannot win the war for CIO relevancy. IT must embrace innovation and a user-centered approach to technology as the keys to survival.
Stephen Elop will take on a new role to lead an expanded Devices team, which will include all of Microsoft's current Devices and Studios work and most of the teams from Nokia.
The return of Bill Gates as CEO would not solve Microsoft’s problems. ZDNet’s Monday Morning Opener explains why and what the company needs instead.
Microsoft may be getting a new board member, investment firm ValueAct's President Mason Morfit.
Election success depends not only on engaging voters, but on keeping them that way. Unless Anthony Albanese can transform the NBN election debate into something that resonates with voters – the general distrust of Telstra, for example – he risks losing their attention and handing advantage to Malcolm Turnbull.
Tight online partner collaboration and a data-driven internal culture have helped Australia's second-largest supermarket chain partner with suppliers to eliminate stock-outs through better forecasting.
Although many companies today are struggling to apply social media to the way they operate, a successful new crop of 'collaborative economy' startups seems to show that traditional business will be fundamentally transformed instead.
A two-year workforce survey is driving a democratic redefinition of KPMG’s culture on the back of an 82% staff participation rate and social-media analysis that’s challenging traditional notions of management control.
Like many multinationals, 33,000-employee packaging giant Amcor had grown so large that its operational divisions had become isolated fiefdoms. An online social collaboration platform is changing that culture by building communities of interest that transcend national borders.