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Sometimes It IS Brain Surgery: the CIO as Change Agent

In which Jill shares what works for change agents in the new IT.

It’s a discussion in meeting rooms, boardrooms, hotel conference rooms, and post-conference cocktail parties: Why isn’t IT working?

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Napa Valley Paddle joins FONR

FONR is happy to announce: Drew Dickson of Paddle Napa Valley has joined our board of directors. After a meeting with the City of Napa’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, Drew said: 162 more words

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NRF Big Show 2015: Book Launch

Retail’s Big Show 2015

New York, NY | January 11-14, 2015 | Event Website

Official Launch of The New IT

January 2015 saw two exciting debuts: the National Retail Federation’s Big Show, and the launch of Jill’s latest book, … 97 more words

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The New IT: Why I Wrote It

Someone once classified the world into two types of people: those who like categorizing people into two types and those who don’t.

I used to be one of those people, the kind that saw executives as either business-focused or technology-focused. 481 more words

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The New IT: Enabling Business Strategy in the Digital Age

There’s a new IT army out there—and the weapons might surprise you.

After years of enduring, ignoring, or deflecting salvos of criticism about whether they’re adding value, IT leaders are donning their armor again. 456 more words

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Two timely notes on LinkedIn

Let’s peek in on recent changes at LinkedIn …

1. Hidden features and/or bugs. Good news: You can now “Follow” LinkedIn users. The traditional “Connect” to other members required permission from the recipient, but Follow does not. 565 more words

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