Gery Menegaz

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Gery Menegaz is a Chief Architect for IBM with more than 20 years supporting technologies in the financial, medical, pharmaceutical, insurance, legal and education sectors. My Full-Time Employer is IBM. I write as a freelancer for ZDNet.

The postings and opinions on this blog are my own and don't necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies, or opinions. I own no investments or direct financial instruments in the companies I write about.

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What is keeping the CIO up at nights?

What is keeping the CIO up at nights?

What is keeping the CIO up at nights? Explosive data growth, the integration of new technologies (e.g., Big Data, Cloud, BYOD, etc.), or the acceleration of the disruption? Market fit, or new consumption patterns? Read on...

April 3, 2013 by in CXO

Why do technology strategies fail?

Why do technology strategies fail?

How can executives and managers ensure that everyone in their organizations is making decisions which support the same strategy but have the flexibility to innovate and adapt to local circumstances?

September 12, 2012 by in CXO

The problem with IT Salary Surveys

The problem with IT Salary Surveys

I enjoy reading the salary surveys when they come out but am always left wanting to do further analysis on the numbers. Unfortunately, the survey is a secondary source of data with pre-packaged analysis and often unrepresentative samples.

August 19, 2012 by in CXO

Seven seismic shifts to becoming a leader

Seven seismic shifts to becoming a leader

How managers become leaders is viewed differently by organizations, often shaped by the company’s culture. And if it is not a priority, this will impact your ability to grow as a leader. The transition from running a function to running an entire enterprise can be startling.

July 18, 2012 by in CXO