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  • Tech Trends 2014: Inspiring Disruption
    In this year's report, you'll learn about 10 trends that exemplify the potential for emerging technologies to reshape how work gets done, how businesses grow, and how markets and industries evolve.
  • Moving beyond marketing: Generating social business value across the enterprise
    The 2014 MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte social business study reveals three drivers of social business maturity—and a strong connection between social business maturity and social’s value to the enterprise.
  • How CIOs can build credibility as business strategists
    Finding time to focus on strategy and innovation has been a challenge for many CIOs, yet doing so is critical to maintaining their credibility as business leaders and to their professional growth.
  • CIO Analytics
    CIOs are becoming increasingly focused on building an interconnected analytics ecosystem. This approach recognizes the data linkages between different parts of the business and makes more efficient use of data-focused resources.
  • The dual roles of the CIO in the digital age
    The rapid adoption of digital technologies is putting new pressures on IT organizations. Today’s CIO must play a dual role: builder of technology and builder of the business.
  • The ‘Ten Types of Innovation’ for CIOs
    The “Ten Types of Innovation” offers CIOs (and other executives) a structured framework for understanding and pursuing innovation in ways that add real value for their organizations.
  • Coherency in contradiction: Report 5 in the 2013 Shift Index series
    The conflicting tensions driven by technology affect every part of the organization, and are felt acutely by the CIO who is trying to create a flexible and robust infrastructure and provide additional value to functional clients. Coherency in Contradiction will help CIOs and CTOs better understand how to navigate the conflicting pressures in ways that support the organization’s immediate as well as longer-term needs.
  • Digital marketing and the mind of the CMO
    As adoption of digital media and devices surges, companies are investing billions of dollars in digital marketing. The rising importance of digital media, marketing, and commerce is elevating the importance of the chief marketing officer (CMO) as strategist, innovator, and buyer of advisory services and technology.
  • Taking the reins as a CIO
    Proficiency in the foundational skills of running an IT department will only make for a good CIO. A great CIO possesses and applies capabilities that create value for the business.
  • We’re #branchingout!
    Big news…Banyan Branch, a cutting-edge social media and digital agency, officially joins Deloitte Digital.
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