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Being a Facebook and Twitter user doesn't uniquely qualify someone to be a social media strategist. Here's what it takes to be a superstar in that role.
We've published interviews with the UK's first CDO, Chicago's first CDO, and the Commerce Dept.'s first CDO. This feature combines their insights with other CDOs to provide a roadm...
Mix one part advanced analytics with one part Expectancy Theory, and the result should be an organizational culture that you can shape.
The rising trend in competitive world is clearly towards the implementation of latest technology, best information availability and management of human resources. The effective uti...
Sentiment analysis attempts to gauge the mood of a group based on their online conversations with each other. This is a good way to learn valuable information about your data scien...
Social Media and the Sales Force: The Importance of Intra-Organizational Cooperation and Training on Performance
In this paper, the authors use hierarchical regression analysis to empirically test the antecedents and consequences of social media usage by sales forces. Given the scant empirica...
A reference architecture provides a blueprint for advancing your business or technology strategy. But it can take a variety of forms, depending on your needs and your audience.
Bottlenecks, silos, competing business units and bureaucratic rules "baked into the DNA of state government." Change doesn't come easy at the state level, and that goes for CIOs in...
Get to know Ben Fried, the CIO of Google, and learn some of his views on technology management.
A mission statement that demonstrates how the IT security team will support the business focuses on priorities and establishes a base for consistent decision-making.