• How to Use Emerging Digital Technologies to Transform Your Operations

    An interview with George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist with the MIT Sloan Initiative on the Digital Economy, on creating a digital vision and transforming operations.

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  • Digital Maturity — Who Gets the Ball Rolling? Brian Solis Interview

    Digital Maturity — Who Gets the Ball Rolling? Brian Solis Interview

    Interview with Brian Solis about his maturity framework that makes the nebulous process of digital transformation much more tangible.

  • Team Productivity – What You Need to Know This Week

    Team productivity tips of the week from Harvard Business Review and The People Equation that will improve your meetings, decision-making and daily output.

  • Citizen Development Luminaries Share Insights at EMPOWER 2016

    A discussion on citizen development between Allison Mnookin, CEO, QuickBase, Inc. and Mark Driver, Gartner, Inc.

  • Empowering Citizen Developers the Right Way

    “I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.”

  • 5 Cloud Computing Trends to Watch

    In 2016, the cloud will grow in position and influence, but services will still need to integrate with traditional infrastructures.

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  • Geoffrey Moore: Models of Disruptive Innovation from #EMPOWER2016

    Geoffrey Moore kicks off EMPOWER2016 in his keynote on what factors would make citizen development “go big.”

  • How to Work Smarter, Faster and Better

    If you feel like a hamster in a wheel who never makes any real progress, it’s time to stop and think about why you put yourself in that position.

  • How to Get Your Staff to Be More Candid with You

    Creating the right team dynamics that will encourage people to tell you what they really think.

  • 10 Ways Leaders Spur Digital Growth

    A new report shows how organizations successfully grow the bottom line through their digital dollars.

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  • 3 Before and After Questions for Your Change Process

    Change is a learning experience, and a completed change is your report card, final project, and graduation day

  • Is Efficiency 2016’s Dirty Word?

    New research on great work illustrates that efficiency may be in its death throes.