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  • Brand promise, customer experience, and CMO lessons for the CIO - Research into the gap between customer expectations and their experience have profound implications for IT and the CIO.
  • Digital transformation: CIO / CMO and the crisis of confidence - Research shows that enterprise technology spending has grown far beyond IT. CIOs and IT must change or become increasingly marginalized.
  • Digital transformation and the high performance enterprise - Digital business transformation is the latest buzzword. These stats demonstrate how to gain real business benefit from the trend.
  • Is 'marketing' ready for digital transformation? - Research explains how marketers and the CMO can become leaders in digital business transformation.
  • Business transformation and the digital CIO - Three top leaders discuss the evolving role of IT and the CIO. Learn about managing change from world-class experts.
  • SAP Jam: Ready for enterprise collaboration - Enterprise social software is maturing and the latest entry from SAP is worth your time to investigate.
  • Bridging the gap between brand promise and customer experience - Marketers have a special role to play as advocates between brands and consumers. These four tips will help you create authentic, great relationships with buyers and prospects.
  • MIT CIO Symposium: Lessons on digital business transformation - A conversation with C-level executives sheds light on what organizations must do to succeed in times of turbulence, rapid change, and shifting roles.
  • CIO strategy workshop: Intel's IT leadership and transformation pyramid - The relationship between IT and the larger business organization is fraught with challenge and opportunity. Here are practical steps you can take drive value and gain recognition.
  • Epicor reinvigorates its ERP offerings - At the time when the ERP market is thriving Epicor adopts a new, coherent strategy to pull the pieces together.
  • Infor and 'No Fugly Software': Design as a competitive weapon - Infor is a $3 billion software company using design as a core element of strategy and differentiation. Here's their plan.
  • McKinsey research: IT needs a kick in the keister - A new study shows increasing dissatisfaction with IT and the CIO. Here's the problem and some solutions.
  • Top 100 CIOs on Twitter - A new list of Chief Information Officers emphasizes the importance of communication as a driving force for CIO value and innovation.
  • ERP contradictions in 2014: Smaller projects, more delays - New research concludes ERP budgets are shrinking but project length and delays have increased. Why the contradictory data?
  • Enterprise social media: New battleground for CIO influence - As social media strategy becomes more important, CIOs and IT have a new lever to drive conversation with peers in marketing and other departments across the company.
  • MIT CIO leadership awards now accepting applications - Innovative Chief Information Officers can apply for a prestigious award at the MIT CIO Symposium, however, the deadline is approaching.
  • NATO Commanding General talks leadership, change, and agility - A top US Air Force leader offers advice on managing business transformation, people, and technology on a huge scale.
  • Saving the dry, lifeless soul of enterprise software - A special edition of CxOTalk (episode 44) brings together three top analysts to discuss why enterprise software is so uninspired and how to fix the problem. The conversation is fun, exciting, and completely engaging.
  • Workday: Linking technology design and user experience - During a conversation with Workday's Chief Technology Officer, Stan Swete, we spoke about simplifying enterprise applications for the cloud.
  • Enterprise software marketing: Sell the value, not the box - Many startups (and even large software companies) focus on features instead of customers. Stanford professor, Steve Blank, redefines how a software startup should approach... everything.
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