Oh I See! Getting CIOs to view their jobs from a different angle:

November, 2011


November 29, 2011  7:58 AM

Finding alternatives

Posted by: Arun Gupta
BAU, business as usual, change management, CIO, cost of IT, ROI, TCO

The bewilderment was visible to everyone who even glanced at the face; not that too many people were in the room, but everyone could clearly see the expression on the face of the chairman. The trigger was the suggestion that the big ERP that has worked well for almost a decade should be discarded...

November 21, 2011  9:21 AM

The list price conundrum

Posted by: Arun Gupta
Discounts, IT procurement, List price, Negotiations

With the economy tightening again and uncertainty across geographies, enterprise spending is once again under focus; this is giving rise to

November 15, 2011  5:00 AM

Get on with IT

Posted by: Arun Gupta
BITA, IT budgets, IT Metrics, ROI, role of the CIO

The other day I was in a gathering of CIOs being addressed by an eminent editor who was unraveling research conducted by his IT publication. The research surveyed a large number of CIOs who provided their

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November 8, 2011  11:19 PM

Surviving layoffs

Posted by: Arun Gupta
Black Swan, Economic uncertainty, Layoffs

We live in uncertain times. Global economies are tumbling randomly, impacting everyone within as well as across borders. Citizens and corporates alike are living with FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) as the world watches the unfolding of one crisis after another. With...

November 1, 2011  10:30 AM

Becoming an entrepreneur

Posted by: Arun Gupta
CIO role, Entrepreneur CIO, Leadership, Managing change

Recent times have been interesting, to say the least, according to industry news. Angel investments, venture capital, and seed funding have been relatively easy to get by. Every business magazine and newspaper is talking about the young generation choosing the path less...


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