Ask The Secret CIO: Would You Agree To This Deal?
The Secret CIO responds to readers about meetings and other interpersonal relationships. It isn't the meeting style that's at fault, he says, but the inability of corporate leadership to gather data and do the right thing promptly.
A lot of people were given blank checks in terms of optimizing E-commerce and Internet initiatives, headhunter Davis says.
Planes, Trains, And Automobiles
Telematics and mobile access in cars and planes have brought good things, but service providers and manufacturers have lost their touch. Designers need to replace a technology-centric approach with attention to the user, Giga's Carl Zetie says.
Ellison joked that he doesn't want to live forever, only 10,000 or 20,000 years. "It takes time to spend all that money," he said
The New Old Thing
With less private money in the market and with the dot-com halo gone, investors will be more patient and innovation will go back to what it always has been: a plodding, collaborative process punctuated by periods of spectacular growth.
Implementing A Beneficially Diverse Organization
The benefits of diversity are pretty clear: people who can incorporate multiple perspectives and who aren't afraid to experiment are more likely to innovate. But how do you get from here to there? Guest columnists Heather E.Bock and Charles Greco explain the process.