Everyone else watches Mad Men. Why not David Nicholl?
It won’t come as any surprise that he corporate CIO for the Province of Ontario is usually tweeting about things like project management, privacy in a digital age and other business-oriented topics, but even he couldn’t resist pointing to an intriguing link on the Harvard Business Review:
That Mad Men Computer, Explained by HBR in 1969 – @HarvardBiz http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/05/that-mad-men-computer-explained-by-hbr-in-1969/.
— David Nicholl (@danicholl) May 16, 2014
At the federal level meanwhile, CIOCAN Ottawa chapter president Jacques Mailloux is always offering an interesting mix of tweets about open data, digital government and the like, but this one seemed like it could apply to anyone in IT (or even not in IT):
Life is a ceremonial necklace made of these loops via @ashleighweeden @IAP2CDN pic.twitter.com/xTh41C19xe. — Jacques Mailloux (@6t6qt) May 14, 2014
And finally, leave it to Canadian Red Cross CIO Almin Surani to find the perfect quote to inspire his peers the next time they face a scary professional — or perhaps even personal — challenge.
F.E.A.R has two meanings
Forget Everything and Run or
Face Everything and Rise
The choice is yours – Zig Ziglar.
— Almin Surani (@asurani) May 14, 2014
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