IT Trends and Thought Leadership
By Sharon Fisher, November 16, 2017
Digital transformation and artificial intelligence? As it turns out, they're two great tastes that taste great together. Here's how they help your company.
By Sharon Fisher, October 19, 2017
Nearly everyone will tell you that to be successful in business, you need to be innovative. But what does being innovative really mean?
By Sharon Fisher, October 05, 2017
People typically think of shared services as a way to cut costs. Instead, think of it as a tool for digital transformation of your organization.
By Sharon Fisher, September 14, 2017
The year’s not even over, and it’s already setting records for cybersecurity incidents. Your accounting, human resources, and legal departments are at risk.
By Sharon Fisher, August 25, 2017
You’ve done it. You’ve automated your business processes. Now what? For a number of companies, the next step is Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
By Sharon Fisher, August 15, 2017
According to the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis, the words you use can determine how you think about something. Here's how to make use of that in business.
By Sharon Fisher, July 21, 2017
Process often decides success or failure in new initiatives. It's important to remember that, at its core, process is about people.
By Sharon Fisher, June 16, 2017
Which is more important, productivity or efficiency? Do you want to do the same with less, or more with the same? (Sorry, "more with less" isn't an option.)
By Sharon Fisher, June 02, 2017
CIOs have to walk a fine line between keeping the lights on and innovation. But is bimodal IT the way to go?
By Sharon Fisher, December 19, 2016
Ho ho ho, CIO! Think your job is tough? Imagine what it's like to be the North Pole CIO.
By Sharon Fisher, December 16, 2016
The most potent military weapon isn't a gun or a bomb, but clear and precise communication. Guidelines for writing military email can help you in your work.
By Sharon Fisher, December 12, 2016
Everyone talks about how valuable your company data is. But do you know your data worth? Do you have it insured like any other corporate asset?