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

April, 2013

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April 28, 2013  4:26 PM

What is your ERP strategy?



Posted by: Arun Gupta
ERP strategy, Leadership, legacy systems, managing teams, People Management

Technology evolution has created many opportunities and challenges for IT departments. The pace of change in recent times has been going up exponentially with obsolescence setting in faster than the adoption curve maturity. Each new flavor, trend and hype creates a flurry of activity which forces...

April 21, 2013  8:53 PM

Chief Interrogation Officer



Posted by: Arun Gupta
Requirement gathering, Selling to business

Last week when I wrote about selling projects, there was a flurry of responses on what is wrong with the overall approach proposed; according to many, I painted a picture of a CIO who is...


April 15, 2013  8:22 AM

Selling projects



Posted by: Arun Gupta
how to become a CIO, Leadership, Selling to business

It’s been 2 years in the role and I have been reasonably successful in changing the IT landscape modernizing the applications and infrastructure; many new applications have done well and have been acknowledged by the Management. The IT team some of which had spent decades in the company too has...


April 7, 2013  9:05 PM

That critical resource



Posted by: Arun Gupta
Critcal resource, Leadership, Team management

He was passion personified and loved what he did; on most days he would be the first to arrive and the last to leave. For him there were seven days in a week which just rolled along, rarely he took even the weekends off. Meal times whether breakfast, lunch or supper happened on the move whenever a...


April 1, 2013  4:27 PM

The mobility conundrum



Posted by: Arun Gupta
BYOD, MDM, mobile computing, mobility

Take any event, survey or discussion with a vendor, or pick any IT magazine or newsletter, all of them have something on mobility and integrally linked to that is BYOD. Mobility has prominently featured in the top priorities in every survey. It has become as discussed or more a subject as BITA...


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