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Your Best Chance for Long-Term Employability as an I&O Professional

Your Best Chance for Long-Term Employability as an I&O Professional

As an I&O professional, I would argue that your success is as much a function of your mindset and how you conduct yourself as it is your knowledge and ability to execute. How you engage with the leadership of the organization, how you communicate and what others think of the quality of your character matters as much as your knowledge, if not more so.

June 26, 2012 by in CXO

Employees are Shelling Out Big Bucks to Ditch IT

Employees are Shelling Out Big Bucks to Ditch IT

42% of employees admit to using their own computer or smartphone to do their jobs, and 27% say they have better tech at home than at work. Why not unleash employees' productive potential by giving them freedom, and implementing a bring-your-own-computer policy?

April 10, 2012 by in CXO

End Users: Should We Put Them In Padded Cells?

End Users: Should We Put Them In Padded Cells?

What comes to mind when you hear "end user"? If you're like most of us, your mind has a conjured-up impression of a cosmically clueless person who actually gave you a hard time once, and the picture is now your mind's own avatar for everyone you support.

March 28, 2012 by in Mobility

Windows 8: Think You Can Skip It? Think Again.

Windows 8: Think You Can Skip It? Think Again.

My colleague Benjamin Gray and I have been looking closely at Windows 8 for the past several months to make sure we have a clear understanding of what it means for I&O organizations, leaders, and professionals. We have been briefed in depth by Microsoft executives, program managers, and engineers.

March 9, 2012 by in Enterprise Software