14 ways to improve corporate wellness programs with wearables
Corporate wellness experts share dos and don't of wearable-based corporate health and wellness programs, along with advice on how to enhance and improve your organizations current employee fitness initiatives.
5 conversations CIOs must have with their C-suite peers
CenturyLink CIO Bill Bradley says tech leaders need to keep their C-level peers abreast of IT efforts. Not surprisingly, mobile and cloud are among the key discussions.
The art of a successful tech company turnaround
Turnarounds are a bit of a passion for columnist and consultant Rob Enderle. More often than not they are done badly. Enderle talked with a client about how it pulled off a turnaround.
Changing the whistleblower-retaliation culture
When an employee notices a major threat to the business' cybersecurity, you would think the company would want to hear about it. But more often than not, these whistleblowers suffer retaliation from their own employers.
Bimodal IT: A two-pronged approach to delivering innovation and maintenance
One group is tasked with keep-the-lights-on functions, the other on business-advancing tasks. Is this new setup the answer to IT’s dual responsibilities?
Enabling the right business structure for digital transformation
Marketing and IT leaders debate their role in digital strategy and accountability and their impact on the customer.
Keeping up with the demands of digital transformation
Speakers at the CIO Summit in Singapore talk about the key considerations for digital transformation and provided advice on overcoming related challenges.
IT can score with reverse mentoring
That senior executive who has his emails printed out represents a golden opportunity for IT.
Embracing digital transformation is about being great change leaders: IDC's Joseph Pucciarelli
Joseph Pucciarelli, Group VP and IT Executive Advisor, IDC, talks about digital transformation and how companies can overcome IT investment challenges.
Innovation is everyone's job: DBS' Neal Cross
The Singapore bank's Chief Innovation Officer shares tips on how to encourage innovation across an organisation.
Goodbye to performance reviews, hello to -- what?
Firms like Deloitte and Accenture are making headlines with their decision to eliminate yearly performance reviews for their workforces. But in the absence of a yearly review, what will fill the gap?
IT budgets to jump 2 percent, still not enough, says Gartner
Digital-based revenue to grow over the next five years.
Dorsey gets Twitter CEO post, Bain appointed COO
Twitter has made co-founder Jack Dorsey its new CEO, ending months of speculation and handing him the tough task of turning around the company's sluggish user growth.
New CIO sees potential in drones for rail inspection
Cindy Earhart became CIO of Norfolk Southern today. The 30-year company veteran of the freight train operator plans to beef up its automation software and experiment with drones to inspect rail lines.
How Applebee's uses gamification to retain staff, boost sales
One of the restaurant chain's largest franchise owners was suffering from high staff turnover rates, so it launched a custom gamification system that uses competition, recognition and awards to motivate its staff.
Changing the IT conversation at Pfizer
CIO Jeff Keisling has led a new era of IT-business collaboration at the pharmaceutical giant, leading to breakthroughs on multiple levels.
Apple CEO says the future of enterprise is mobility
The best businesses will use mobile devices to lift productivity
CIOs must cultivate the next business technology leaders
Companies must orchestrate succession plans at the lower levels of their IT organizations, mitigating risk that they will fall behind in the event of managerial defections.
Is BYOK the key to secure cloud computing?
Amazon, Adobe and Microsoft offer it but how realistic is it to “bring your own keys?” Do you want your business to have the burden of managing and securing your own cloud encryption keys?
A strong IT workforce starts with training
As CIOs lead the charge for developing technology acumen across the entire organization, their talent strategy must include training as a priority, in addition to recruiting new talent, writes Accenture’s Diana Bersohn.
Why CIOs should worry about the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things brings with it the promise gee-whiz applications and life-changing innovation. But one thing’s for sure – there are as many questions as there will be gigabytes of data being poured into your data centers.