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Tom Koulopoulos shares passion for IT's role in business

Koulopoulos engaged the audience at Fusion2006. Madison, Wis. Information technology leaders need to identify and drive their businesses' core competencies, said Delphi Group founder and CEO Tom Koulopoulos in his Fusion2006 keynote presentation, "No-Fear Management: Innovating in a Culture...

CEOs and CIOs must be 'joined at the hip'

...l internal success. The latter method, he said, is the most successful, even if progress is measured in small increments. "Find a foothold somewhere," koulopoulos advised. "Incremental progress, internally, is the single biggest motivator." More Fusion2006 coverage: WTN: CIOs could keep companies out o...

IT can't be separate from core business

...erted the term innovation as invention; it's not," koulopoulos said, offering several examples of absurd inventio...od where their window of opportunity is shrinking. koulopoulos explained that as the rate of new opportunities in...ite these smaller windows, "it's not about speed," koulopoulos cautioned. "It's about aligning the core of the bu...

IT outsourcing according to Tom Koulopoulos, part 1

... Global consultant Tom koulopoulos said at the Fusion2006 CEO-CIO Symposium this month that companies should...ake yourself more competitive, why focus on outsourcing IT functions? koulopoulos Koulopoulos: There are several reasons. Probably the foremost reason is ...

IT outsourcing according to Tom Koulopoulos, part 2

...r his keynote at the Fusion2006 CEO-CIO Symposium , WTN caught up with Tom koulopoulos for more of his views on IT outsourcing and when it's a good idea. Read pa...doesn't outsourcing also introduce risk, through the loss of control? koulopoulos Koulopoulos: Probably the second most likely area of concern is giving u...

Innovation expert speaks on the business-IT balancing act

... Tom koulopoulos is founder and CEO of the Delphi Group, a Boston-b..., and just how far are most of us from that? koulopoulos Koulopoulos: Pretty far from the ideal, is the ...CIO to do that other than time on the job. Tom koulopoulos will be a keynote speaker at the Fusion 2007 CEO-...

Fusion 2007: CEOs say bar is raised for CIOs

...ul by drawing a line down the middle of his brain, koulopoulos said. The difference today is that we are quickly ...es between business and IT is an illusion at best, koulopoulos stated. While business managers may understan...vation is a chemistry between IT and the business, koulopoulos said. You can come up with innovative ideas all da...

Fusion 2007: Innovation drives productivity in post 24x7 world

...the combination of talent and culture, Knetter and koulopoulos listed several advantages that may give the U.S. a...es. A cultural acceptance of failure and risk. koulopoulos said he rarely finds cultures outside the U.S. tha...eir workforces. A higher education system that koulopoulos said is still clearly the best in the world, despi...

IT workforce development: Losing the numbers game

..., but he added that U.S employers now have greater demand for IT systems people. Once you pour the infrastructure, the real development will begin, koulopoulos predicted. I'm worried that we won't be equipped to take advantage of it because we won't have the skilled people to compete. I see that as a real thr...

IT workforce development: A little workforce planning goes a long way

...ium , believes the benefits extend beyond grooming the future workforce. I'm amazed at the degree to which that [mentoring] relationship has value, koulopoulos said. It's one of the more valuable things I've done in my life. ...
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