Are True IT Leaders Born Or Made?
Elliot Luber is a visiting assistant professor of business, management, and leadership at SUNY Empire State College's School for Graduate Studies. Here, he shares his views on what makes a great IT leader and provides four tips you can apply now to your own career journey.
How AI is Teaching Analytics a New Language
The rise of services based on artificial intelligence is adding more variety and reporting challenges in analytics. Here are tips for marketers to look for in managing AI influenced metrics and reports.
Achieving IT Agility: 4 Steps To Start Your Journey
IT agility is about far more than adopting agile development practices. It requires a complete rethinking of your entire IT organization in order to help your company achieve the digital transformation needed to survive. That's the conclusion of a new report from The Hackett Group, which identifies four key steps to take as you begin your journey toward IT agility.
Bank Of America's Digital Transformation: Where IT Fits In
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is in the midst of sweeping digital transformation involving all aspects of its customer-facing operations. InformationWeek spoke with several of the company's technology executives to find out where IT fits in its evolving technology roadmap.
Where Analytics Projects Go Wrong
Of all the things that can go wrong with an analytics project, it appears that failure to properly define the business problem is the runaway leader.
Emotional Analytics is Next. Are You Ready?
Applications and devices that sense human emotions are hitting the tech market, focused on what customers and other users are feeling, and how the device or a person should respond.
McDonald's Flips Its Training Game: Podcast
In this episode of InformationWeek's Expert Voice podcast, McDonald's Jack Sylvester and Inkling's Matt MacInnis talk about the new document infrastructure the fast food giant is using for its training and operations manuals -- and what that infrastructure means for onboarding more than 700,000 new employees a year.
IT In Danger Of Being Marginalized, Accenture Warns
Declining confidence in enterprise IT and greater use of external cloud services are among the findings of a recent Accenture survey. The growth of shadow IT comes with risks. Get a closer look with this infographic.
Eek! There's a Human in Your Data
When presenting data It's easy TO stay focused on the number. But remember that there are real people with real concerns and emotions behind those numbers.
Let's Patent This: A Primer For Enterprise App Developers
Patents aren't typically the first thing on your mind when you're developing an application for your enterprise. Yet, there's a great deal of creative development work going on at organizations of all types and sizes. Attorney Lincoln Essig provides five steps IT professionals and enterprise app developers can take to make sure your company's intellectual property is protected.
5 Ways Agile Boosted Our IT Team's Happiness
Chris Savoie, director of product strategy at Workfront, has spent the past 12 years leading Agile IT teams. While the productivity improvements of Agile methodology are well documented, we rarely hear about how Agile affects IT morale. Here, Chris shares five things he learned along the way, and how his IT team benefited in the process.
Church Analytics: A Blessed Assurance?
The analytics concepts used in business also have a place in the operation of a church, although the results of any analysis could lead to calls to either hail OR nail the leaders.
Women In IT: Where Is The Equal Pay?
Women in IT are still earning significantly less than their male counterparts, according to the InformationWeek 2016 US IT Salary Survey. Take a look at our findings, and then let us know how your compensation stacks up.
How We Built Our Own BI: When Off-The-Shelf Apps Won't Do
Sagi Bakshi, GM of Digital Solutions for ironSource, needed a business intelligence application to meet all of his organization's unique needs. When off-the-shelf options proved inadequate, his team decided to build its own layer on top of an existing system. Here's how it did it -- and the role IT played in the process.