Madison and Milwaukee, Wis.
- By now, after nearly a decade of well publicized information technology meltdowns, it's pretty clear what chief executive officers want in their technology leaders.
The ability to consistently deliver projects on time and on budget, combined with an expectation that CIOs understand the business and the needs of each business unit, are among their deman......Full article >>>
is the time and consideration to be able to share what they perceive as their technology challenges, and then collaborate to define what a long-term investment strategy might be to get to that future state.
Rick Davidson, senior vice president of global information services for Manpower
, looks for opportunities to engage with the company's senior ex......Full article >>>
Without that level of engagement, mistakes can occur anywhere along the solution delivery cycle, and the original business purpose can be lost in the shuffle.
Most IT projects are the tail end of a larger business process initiative, Davidson explained. If you look at it that way, then that partnership will always exist because there is a change effort that is taking place on the busines......Full article >>>
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