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3 patterns of successful IT leaders | CIO

Deloitte Consulting Principal Karen Mazer shares new technology leadership insights from the organization’s CIO program and three patterns of successful IT Leaders:

  1. Trusted Operator
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Keeping control of IT dollars in the days of the cloud

How do you save IT cash these days? The easy answer is: “Doh! The cloud.” The real answer, though, is a bit more complicated.

IDC estimates that the global… 642 more words


IDSM: The management solution for today's multisource IT

In the modern workplace, IT no longer stands alone—or, at least, it shouldn’t. IT is now the hub through which all other business services get delivered. 477 more words


Don’t Mistake Cooperation for Collaboration

IT leaders understand better than most that collaboration is critical. Not only are we expected to work with our colleagues to tackle the difficult issues confronting our organizations, we must also provide the tools that support effective collaboration. 28 more words

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SMAC/IoT and Manufacturing – a perspective

By Sairam Bollapragada & Narayan Katti

With stress levels on automation and robotics going northwards, every manufacturing unit is investing hard on ways to pull down the cost of production and RPUs, increase the customer retention for sustenance, increasing business process efficiencies, creating differentiators, being able to most competitively price, continuously innovate, optimize operations, manage supply chain and others – but the largest investment being human interaction. 945 more words

Digital insurance: From policy-centric to customer-centric

Traditionally, insurers have competed on their ability to develop complex new products and sell them through a large network of agents and advisors. An inside-out focus on product innovation, transaction processing and operational efficiency has dominated the agenda. 336 more words

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Digital Transformations: Leaders or Managers!

It is known that the technology industry is never tired of being driven by innovations and learning to keep oneself up in demand has been a perennial chase – up-skilling matters. 961 more words