Dr. George Westerman studies the impact of digital technology on the management of large firms. In this video interview, he discusses the changing role of CIO.
Information Management/Technology (IT)
In a relentlessly changing world, self-organizing conversation can enable learning, adaptation, influence, and co-evolution for the firm.
In this video interview, Center for CIO Leadership Executive Director Harvey Koeppel discusses the changing role of the CIO based on his experience in the financial services industry.
A case study of a corporate business unit at Nestlé in the United States demonstrates the potential of virtual insourcing.
In an economic downturn, innovation is particularly essential to business success.
This article offers foundations and guidelines for sound transparency strategies that are the result of over six years of field observations and empirical research.
There is something abuzz in the software industry from customers and developers alike and it is called Software as a Service, or SaaS for short.
The threat of knowledge loss affects the aerospace industry, as well as entertainment, high technology, education, and government.
Through knowledge management, organizations identify and leverage their collective knowledge to compete, including the creation, storage/retrieval, transfer, and application of knowledge.
Over the next few years, the healthcare industry is expected to be one of the top two industries to leverage information technology (IT) and to recognize significant growth.
An IT Resource Gap Framework is a simple tool for identifying project risk, systemic weaknesses, and strategic concerns for implementation projects.
IT and quantitative analysis offer extraordinary benefits to decision-makers but complex decisions cannot always be measurable.
Information technology (IT) offers many opportunities to enhance or transform business, but requires carefully orchestrated efforts between the firm’s technology and business specialists.
Based on research and consulting with over a dozen firms, authors believe that firms who devote sustained energy to motivating user involvement in IT initiatives are much more likely to succeed.