Think your company is immune to a SWA-style meltdown? Not so fast. Wayne Sadin explains why CXOs must implement technology oversight in four key areas: capacity risk, project risk, disaster risk, and technical debt.
Workday has a new co-CEO, who will be sole CEO in a year. Bob Evans shares insights into the new leader’s character.
Hiring a Chief Sustainability Office is a good idea, but if that’s not in the cards, you can also offload the role’s responsibilities to other CXOs instead, says Wayne Sadin.
Even though you may be a non-technical chief executive, you can still lead senior technology executives by prioritizing the following tactics writes four-time CEO Tony Uphoff
Wayne Sadin continues his discussion on the recent Southwest Airline meltdown and how it demonstrates the perils of ignoring regular maintenance of a company’s systems.
Frank Domizio explains how a modern CISO can communicate security needs and strategies to top leaders, peers, and their cybersecurity teams.
In ep. 14 of The Cutting Edge Podcast, Leonard Lee explains what digital twins are within the context of edge computing, and the two technologies are unrelated.
Drawing upon his experiences in the C-suite buying and selling technology, Tony Uphoff explains the value, for leaders, of staying on top of the cutting edge.
CDO & Practitioner Analyst Wayne Sadin digs deep into the Bible of sustainability to discuss how companies should handle greenhouse gas emissions and the interplay between data and sustainability.
Which characteristics do all growth companies have? Tony Uphoff shares the answers, along with the essential technologies that must be on the radar of growth-focused business leaders.
In this CXO Roundtable discussion, Tony Uphoff, Wayne Sadin, and Kieron Allen work through the details of the CRO’s job, and wonder if the role is here forever, or just until we all get used to working from anywhere.
Today CMOs are more involved with technology decision-making than ever before, which is why they must proactively manage and accelerate partnerships to gain success.
Some companies have created a new seat at the executive table — Chief Remote Officer — and Kieron Allen explores the benefits and pitfalls along with direct perspectives from a CEO and CIO on this role
In a conversation with Bob Evans, Oracle CEO Safra Catz reflects on her journey with the company, including surviving the 2001 internet bubble, her transition to sole CEO, the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, and her rapport with Larry Ellison.
In Ep. 12 of The Cutting Edge podcast, Leonard Lee talks about consequential confusion and why words matter as it relates to the edge.
Kenny explains how CIOs can build co-creation partnerships and embrace innovation leadership to advance their organizations.
In Ep. 5 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron Allen emphasizes why successful data-driven transformation needs CXO support
Data is vital. Data plus judgment plus context enables effective decisions and actions, writes Wayne.
Committing to innovation and technology in uncertain economic times can both identify inefficiencies and shift the focus to more strategic bets that advance the business.
Analyst Wayne Sadin explains why frameworks can help with management of digital transformation projects and offers examples of exemplary ones that might help the C-suite move forward on the process.