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Book Review – Be The Business: CIOs in the New Era of IT

I reviewed Martha Heller's last book, The CIO Paradox: Battling the Contradictions of IT Leadership back in October 2012, because I thought it was an important book for my typical blog readership, the IT community. When Martha invited me to review her new book, I jumped at the opportunity because: I respect Martha's perspective—she is both an IT executive [...]

A World Gone Social, by Ted Coiné and Mark Babbitt: Book Review

I'd selected several books to take with me on a recent family vacation at the Florida Gulf coast. I was frankly skeptical about A World Gone Social, by Ted Coiné and Mark Babbitt, published by Amacom.  The social media domain is vast and I was doubtful that any book could really do justice to the [...]

IT Organization Circa 2017 – 5 Year Countdown (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this post I pointed out why I'd named this blog "IT Organization Circa 2017" and why I'd picked 2017. I then offered some musings about the nature and shape of the IT Organization Circa 2017. I set this up by examining the major disruptive forces acting on the IT organization today: [...]

Digital Business and the Fate of the IT Organization

InformationWeek just published an excellent article titled "Goodbye IT, Hello Digital Business." The article presents a compelling case for "Digital Business" as a lens into what the more information and IT-savvy companies are doing. It presents some good case studies from Digital Business leaders in the retail industry. It also presents some interesting statistics on [...]

Resolving the CIO Paradox

Last week I posted a review of the excellent book, "The CIO Paradox: Battling the Contradictions of IT Leadership" by Martha Heller.  Martha examines the CIO role, stakeholders, staff and future, and provides a rich trove of practices shared by leading CIO's. Reading the book and writing the review got me thinking about the current [...]

The Futility of Collaboration without Context

The term 'collaboration' gets thrown about as something inherently valuable and worthwhile - an end in itself, rather than a means to an end.  In reality, collaboration in of itself is: a). Unlikely to happen b). Unlikely to create anything of value So Many Collaboration Platforms, So Little Collaboration! Collaboration platforms are everywhere!  Most IT [...]