Articles about Leadership
Microsoft's Scott Guthrie talks about his new role, priorities and plans for the company's powerful Cloud & Enterprise unit in his first press Q&A since becoming part of the Microsoft senior leadership team.
Guy who founded the "mail-order" PC business took the company private because investors wouldn't let him "be bold and take risks", and the reasons Dell went public in the first place no longer mattered.
Despite efforts to ensure female executives aren't marginalized in the ICT industry, few today are appointed to the CXO team or company board. The solution remains elusive, especially since the problem has social and cultural implications, but ICT itself might just be the equalizer eventually.
The average lifespan of the traditional enterprise is plummeting rapidly, largely due to inability to adapt to today's fast changing technologies.
You've known Firefox since its birth as the alternative Web browser company. Now, under the rule of the new CEO Brendan Eich, it wants to be known as your smartphone operating system.
It is critical for organizations to recognize personnel accomplishments, provide proper job direction and ensure that employee priorities are aligned with those of their departments as well as the...
He founded some of the largest tech magazines and helped usher in and explain the modern world...
Musical chairs among Microsoft's board members continues, with Seagate's CEO departing the board.
Microsoft Xbox veteran Marc Whitten is leaving the company and joining Sonos.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Microsoft Founder Bill Gates dropped a few tech tidbits, including that Microsoft 'was willing to buy' WhatsApp. He's also no Edward Snowden fan (no surprise).
Mason Morfit, the president of activist shareholder ValueAct Capital, is officially now a member of Microsoft's board of directors.
What Infosys hasn't done and what Tech Mahindra is doing should offer some dos and don'ts to companies that are wise enough to think about who is going to lead them in the years ahead.
Innovative Chief Information Officers can apply for a prestigious award at the MIT CIO Symposium, however, the deadline is approaching.
A top US Air Force leader offers advice on managing business transformation, people, and technology on a huge scale.
Most corporate leaders are well aware that technology is increasingly setting the agenda when it comes to how business gets done. How should today's CIO revisit the way they guide their organization?