Tony Uphoff shares lessons he’s gleaned from three decades of serving in leadership positions.
In this Growth Swarm, John Siefert, Bob Evans, Tony Uphoff, and Scott Vaughan discuss how the chief financial officer’s role has changed (and how it continues to evolve).
Based on an ongoing study of leadership and his own experience, Tony Uphoff shares three core things that business leaders must do in the face of uncertain times.
Azzera Co-founder Nick Houseman explains why business leaders must take sustainability and emissions data into account, as customers are increasingly expecting them to do so.
In ep. 33 of the Cybersecurity Minute, Frank Domizio explains how organizations have “tabletop training” for incident response in the event of a power outage or ransomware attack.
In ep. 38 of the Data Modernization Minute, Wayne remembers the late computer architect and engineer Fred Brooks and his contributions to business technology.
In this Data Modernization Battleground Moment, Kenny says that as a CIO, he considers security, data quality, policies, and governance. Specifically, he focuses on who needs the collected data, which will help to define where it comes from, and where it should be placed.
Janet sums up her ImpartnerCon 2022 keynote, which highlighted what’s needed to succeed in the world of an ecosystem while preserving partner and customer experience.
Bonnie Tinder of Raven Intelligence dives into how business leaders get the most out of events for their customers.
Much has been said about helping employees navigate burnout, but not as much for leaders, writes Scott Vaughan, in this insightful compendium of tips to tackle the issue.
As with all disruptive technologies, the Metaverse offers multiple ways to make (and lose) money. To open our minds, let’s explore a few business applications.
The backdrop of big data has changed the relationship between the IT department and Business Analysts across data, cloud, and cybersecurity.
CIOs need to do more than just focus on the technology itself, but also be involved with real business outcomes.
A first step for CIOs can be ensuring a quality customer experience.