Business Innovation Lessons From NASA
The Saturn V moon rocket, designed to fly Apollo astronauts to the moon, was 363 feet tall and was one of the most powerful rockets ever built. Yet, just eight years before the launch, NASA's leadership and engineers were intimidated by President Kennedy's 1961 declaration that we would land Americans on the moon by the end of the decade. Later, they'd confess that in those early days, they "did not even know what they did not know."
Baseline Magazine, May 15, 2014
Inside the Board Room
CIOs who serve on external boards sharpen their business skills, gain new perspective and even pick up a few great ideas.
CIO Magazine, May 1, 2014
Close the Gap Between IT and HR
IT needs to provide HR with sharp questions about niche technical skills. And HR pros need to do their homework about IT.
CIO Magazine - April 1, 2014
Who Owns the Data?
Over the past 12 months, more businesses began re-evaluating how they view and use data. Finding ways to exploit and make use of the information they’ve had in their company all along means they gain insights to improve everything from operations, to staff deployment through to customer service.
Information Management, March 12, 2014