Another challenge for the IT department: wearable technologies and the security issues they trigger.
If we improve the price performance of a product or service fast enough for long enough, we will see demand grow. But that doesn't last forever.
As business models evolve away from a dependence on the concept of a fixed “place,” companies will have to adapt.
No advance in technology is without unintended consequences. Services like Uber make life more convenient but they also act as information-gathering…
Are you providing the right direction, behavior and signals for your organization to be successful, or are you actually impeding its success?
What does it take to for a company to have staying power? Long-term, "market-like" management of product lines and business mixes.
How do you justify and fund IT projects that don't benefit every business unit equally?
The results can be meaningless or misleading — or both.
Following accepted best practices is usually a good idea, but sometimes it's anything but.
Software as a service (SaaS) hasn’t helped with one aspect of the perpetual upgrade cycle: upgrading the user.