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4 Trends Today’s IT Leaders Must Master

Delivering the new technology goals of the business while balancing the demands of existing systems requires a new approach from IT Leadership.

Information Technology has become the defining feature of living in the 21st Century. It shapes us from birth through death in every aspect of our lives and in the coming years will be even more present. For IT Leaders this megatrend will bring major challenges and require new ways of organizing and managing the people and workloads that will advance their companies into the digital world. This whitepaper discusses 4 trends today’s IT leadership will need to understand and effectively leverage to successfully guide their organization forward in the New IT.

  1. Rethinking IT’s role as Technology and Business merge.
  2. Focus on the external customer and revenue growth.
  3. Focus on productivity to be able to achieve digital transformation.
  4. Balancing innovation and keeping systems running.

The Case for Software Development ‘as-a-Service’

A new approach to software development is cutting the cost and complications of traditional, role-based models.

In the old days, only the rare music aficionado would own collections of hundreds or thousands of CDs, cassettes or albums, but today, anyone can access 30 million songs via digital stream for $10 a month. Instead of owning a car that sits parked somewhere 95% of the time, they can get access to the ride from Uber when needed for a lot less cash. Access is winning over ownership, and similarly, service is winning over physical products.

Why Personal Productivity Doesn’t Lead To Team Productivity

It's possible for members of an IT team to have high personal productivity without it actually translating to high organizational productivity. Here's a look at the difference and how IT leaders can better align the two.

The Key to a Self Motivated Team

It's possible for members of an IT team to have high personal productivity without it actually translating to high organizational productivity. Here's a look at the difference and how IT leaders can better align the two.

5 Reasons Multitasking is Bad for IT Productivity

Cognitive studies have found we are more self-motivated when we feel more in control by making our own choices. As a leader, harnessing this aspect of human nature or standing in its way can be the difference between success and frustration.

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