One of my fellow HP bloggers, Tom Hall, posed a question on my 200th Blog Post concerning how I use technology to increase productivity. Hall’s question led me to reflect upon my attempts to use technology to make not only myself, but also the people I work with, be more productive. The measures that have worked (and continue to yield sustainable, long-term returns) are those that stick to the basic principles of knowledge management and collaboration in today’s globalized environment.
Presidential inaugurations herald the dawn a new term, filled with aspirations of many, including the ambitious goals of the Commander-in-Chief. The inaugural address charts a course for the next four years. As I watched the inaugural ceremonies, I thought of newly appointed CIOs who must be ready to deliver their own version of an inaugural address. Every new CIO must lay out their priorities, based on the business and IT drivers for their enterprise.
Happy New Year! Before writing my first post in 2013, I reviewed all my 2012 posts and found that they cover a wide range of topics in our Journey through Enterprise IT Services.
Here is a guided tour of my 2012 blog posts, classified by areas, themes and interesting facts, starting with a big thank you to IT: