- The Job of a CIO – Content verses Context by John D. Halamka on Life as a Healthcare CIO
Quote: Here’s a bold thought – might the context of being a CIO be nearly impossible in 2012 and beyond, requiring us to rethink the way that IT services are planned and delivered in the future?
- Digital Darwinism and why brands die by Brian Solis on The Washington Post
Quote: What separates brands that fall to digital evolution from those that excel is the ability to recognize the need for change and the vision to blaze a path toward renewed relevance among a new generation of consumers.
- Can you handle the truth? (A Google employee’s anti-Google rant) by Stuart Shaw on Human Capital League
Quote: My question to you though is: what would happen if you asked every employee in your company to sound off or rant – with complete faith that their jobs are safe – about the company’s core strategy? I mean warts and all, no holds barred, names deliberately namedropped to hit the target?
- The wild west of work media: A deluge of streamed, unstructured data by Stowe Boyd on GigaOm
Quote: This tendency, along with the relative immaturity of the burgeoning work media marketplace, is rapidly leading us to a very strange outcome: a generation of business software — work media — ostensibly based on the principles of open social media, but which are inherently closed, and which are spawning a million information silos.