It already feels like summer is oh-so-close to being over, but as some of us try to squeeze in a few days off here and there, this recent post by a terrific CIO blogger is well worth a look.
— Isaac Sacolick (@nyike) August 22, 2014
Yahoo’s new CIO tweeted this story about his new job weeks ago but he’s still getting retweets, proving that a little self-promotional marketing on social media can have long-term ROI.
— mike d. kail (@mdkail) August 6, 2014
Infographic of the week. An interesting look at health-care and IT leadership, though I think many of the same additional priorities could be applied to CIOs in almost every sector.
— Charles Platt (@ACharlesPlatt) August 22, 2014
I disagree. I think CIOs will come to understand a lot about data, but they’re more likely to be facilitating the tools and services to let data scientists to their work, not do the work for them.
— Mike Dickerson (@MikeWDickerson) August 22, 2014
This doesn’t say so explicitly, but it’s a throw to a McKinsey report on how to properly manage IT talent within an enterprise. I’m reading now and will be offering my take soon on CanadianCIO.
— Matt Cockbill (@MattCockbill) August 22, 2014
And finally, I’m glad a top social CIO is taking this kind of issue seriously.
— Stephen diFilipo (@S_dF) August 22, 2014
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