Articles about Leadership
In this episode of CxO Talk, Kim Stevenson presents useful and practical advice to help IT practitioners grow value, influence, and trust in their own organizations.
Learn three foundations for gaining strategic influence in your organization.
Yahoo will be embarking on a leadership shakeup as its chairman will not seek reelection.
The former (and first) chief information officer of the United States offers industry rumination and leadership recommendations based on his experience in Washington, D.C.
CIO and IT success depend on establishing new relationships with technology-centric parts of the enterprise, such as marketing. Here are key points you need to know.
On this week's show, the CMO of legal information provider, LexisNexis, and CIO of Seton Hill University share advice on enterprise relationships, software, and selling advice to vendors.
Some of the best ways to stay motivated in a startup is to look for like-minded entrepreneurs. But why just have coffee with them when you can work alongside them? We take a look at some of the co-working spaces in Sydney that house some of the best Aussie startups.
Things are heating up today on Internet Freedom Day, the anniversary of the largest protest in Internet history. Digital rights activists have already seen MLK's "I Have A Dream Speech" video removed.
United Airlines has hardly been a paradigm of excellent customer service. Most of the time they do what could only be called a nasty job of it. However, once in awhile, in adverse circumstances, in context, they get it right and it becomes a lesson in how to do something successfully.
A great list of news, management, business, and technology leaders for you to follow on Twitter.
Instead of locking down the company's IT environment, these C-level executives' mindsets need to change to encourage flexible, productive work styles yet still secure sensitive apps and data.