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    8 strategies to create Olympic-level teams, with insight from Andrew Neitlich, founder of the Center for Executive Coaching.

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    Although citizen development has moved out of the realm of Shadow IT, it still causes IT departments anxiety. Steps IT can take to grow more comfortable around citizen development applications.

  • How HR and IT Can Work Together Better

    Business success depends on HR and IT understanding one another.

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    Executive expectations of IT often are not aligned to what IT is capable of delivering. A Gartner brief details the necessity for CIOs to communicate more productively with business partners.

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  • Improving Your Productivity: Myths versus Realities

    Chris Bailey, author of the new book The Productivity Project, completed several personal productivity experiments. Highlights of ones that worked well, and those that didn’t.

  • Telepresence: Boon for the Virtual Digital Workplace and Bane for…

    Do the current telepresence robots live up to the hype to improve remote employee engagement, and are they a nightmare for IT staff to manage and secure?

  • Five Phases for PMO Leader Success in the First 100 Days

    Got a new PMO? New Gartner report shows how to quickly earn credibility and prove your value in the first 100 days.

  • Five Types of People You Might Meet at QuickBase EMPOWER

    A few examples of citizen developers improving digital operations across their organizations whom you may run into at a QuickBase user event.

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  • CIO Insights on Engaging the IT Workforce – A #CIOChat…

    The current state of affairs with respect to IT teams and engagement were discussed with leading CIOs on Twitter during a recent #CIOChat. Here’s a recap.

  • Is Coffee Really Toxic to Workplace Productivity?

    Observer writer Isaac Morehouse made a provocative proposition: grabbing coffee with colleagues or partners “just to chat” is killing our productivity.