Thought Leadership & News
“We do a great job. 90% of our KPIs and projects are in the green, and we had 99.9% uptime last month…” …Comments like this
CEOs are in a complex quandary on information security. On the one hand this is a topic requiring deep technical expertise which is (usually) outside
A quick list of suggestions for interviewing and hiring a new CIO… CIOs are a bit like NFL coaches, who begin as either Offense or
Kodak was a household name. Everyone either knew of Kodak or owned one of their cameras. Their success was admired by brands worldwide. Their success
A quick list of suggestions for evaluating & implementing enterprise systems… Consider the phasing/sequencing if you’re changing more than one system. Modern systems have multiple
The bookstore giant Borders at one time operated over 500 stores and employed 20,000 people. From these highs, the company crashed quickly – so quickly
Be the Business is the latest offering from well-known CIO recruiter Martha Heller, author of the CIO Paradox, a well-written guide to the myriad trade-offs involved in being a successful CIO.
“Build Trust First” is Innovation Vista’s mantra on all engagements relating to change, transformation and transition. We believe it is absolutely necessary for success! Gartner
It is a hallmark of the disruptive nature of digitalization that it has turned the tables on surprised companies who have gone from industry leaders
A Forbes article yesterday about Digital Consultancies highlights a major change underway not only among Big 4 and Big 3 consulting firms, but across the economy.
Peter Diamondis & Steven Kotler latest work builds on their earlier book Abundance, and provides some helpful specifics for how to implement real innovation in today’s business climate.
Geoffrey Moore’s new book “Zone to Win” is a strong sequel to his works “Crossing the Chasm” and “Escape Velocity“, and it solidifies his place as one of the thought leaders in corporate structure and culture for the Digital Age.
Graham Waller & Mark Raskino’s new book on Digital business has a lot to recommend it. The two authors are colleagues at Gartner and it’s clear that the book unifies not only their perspectives