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  • Tech Trends 2014: CIO as venture capitalist
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  • Learning from VCs: One CIO’s strategy for investing in IT
    The former IT leader of a global restaurant chain discusses how taking calculated risks when investing in promising, new technologies can help drive enterprise value.
  • 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.
  • Applying venture capital strategies to IT
    Five venture capital approaches CIOs can deploy to help drive innovation, manage risk and elevate IT’s profile in the enterprise.
  • From exponential technologies to exponential innovation
    Through a virtuous cycle—technological improvement enabling innovation, which in turn serves as a platform for further technological improvement and innovation—exponentially advancing digital technologies have led to exponentially accelerating innovation. The resulting marketplace disruptions make the environment increasingly difficult to navigate, but can also open the door to great opportunity.
  • Unlocking the passion of the explorer
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  • Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang?
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  • Tech Trends 2014: CIO as venture capitalist
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  • Taking the reins as a CIO
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  • Applying venture capital strategies to IT
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  • From exponential technologies to exponential innovation
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  • ERP for IT: Ready for primetime?
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  • Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang?
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  • Tech Trends 2014: CIO as venture capitalist
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  • Learning from VCs: One CIO’s strategy for investing in IT
    The former IT leader of a global restaurant chain discusses how taking calculated risks when investing in promising, new technologies can help drive enterprise value.
  • 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.
  • Applying venture capital strategies to IT
    Five venture capital approaches CIOs can deploy to help drive innovation, manage risk and elevate IT’s profile in the enterprise.
  • From exponential technologies to exponential innovation
    Through a virtuous cycle—technological improvement enabling innovation, which in turn serves as a platform for further technological improvement and innovation—exponentially advancing digital technologies have led to exponentially accelerating innovation. The resulting marketplace disruptions make the environment increasingly difficult to navigate, but can also open the door to great opportunity.
  • Unlocking the passion of the explorer
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  • ERP for IT: Ready for primetime?
    With no truly integrated suite of applications to integrate the ad-hoc processes, workarounds, and siloes that define many IT environments today, how can CIOs achieve uniformity, scale, and efficiency?
  • Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang?
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  • Data-driven: The new CFO/CIO dynamic
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  • Making decisions that matter
    Many organizations understand they need to improve the quality of decisions that matter. Whether they are actually able to do anything about it is largely in the hands of two people: the CFO and the CIO.

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  • Tech Trends 2014: CIO as venture capitalist
    CIOs are borrowing from the playbooks of venture capitalists and reshaping how they run the business of IT.
  • Learning from VCs: One CIO’s strategy for investing in IT
    The former IT leader of a global restaurant chain discusses how taking calculated risks when investing in promising, new technologies can help drive enterprise value.
  • 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.
  • Applying venture capital strategies to IT
    Five venture capital approaches CIOs can deploy to help drive innovation, manage risk and elevate IT’s profile in the enterprise.
  • From exponential technologies to exponential innovation
    Through a virtuous cycle—technological improvement enabling innovation, which in turn serves as a platform for further technological improvement and innovation—exponentially advancing digital technologies have led to exponentially accelerating innovation. The resulting marketplace disruptions make the environment increasingly difficult to navigate, but can also open the door to great opportunity.
  • Unlocking the passion of the explorer
    Discover the critical skills necessary in the workforce as we shift from scalable efficiency to scalable learning and discover how to unlock the “passion of the Explorer” in order to cultivate a workforce able to thrive in a turbulent world.
  • ERP for IT: Ready for primetime?
    With no truly integrated suite of applications to integrate the ad-hoc processes, workarounds, and siloes that define many IT environments today, how can CIOs achieve uniformity, scale, and efficiency?
  • Digital disruption - Short fuse, big bang?
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  • Data-driven: The new CFO/CIO dynamic
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  • Making decisions that matter
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