In a traditional IT operating model competencies are grouped in silos with clearly defined responsibilities. The cloud is fundamentally changing that by forcing teamwork between technology teams for a common objective, keep the environment up and running. Going to digital and the responsiveness and agility required to do this forces the operating model even further... Continue Reading →
The digital transformation is there to stay. What does that means and how can enterprises take advantage of their existing resources to help plan and execute such transformation?
A while ago I was asked to do a presentation on trends in automation and cloud. I titled it “Industrialize your Information Technology.” I often have the impression IT is still seen by many as a craftsmanship, particularly when we include the whole development cycle. This reminded me of when I started working more than 30... Continue Reading →
As the world increasingly becomes IT literate and as digital technologies percolate in everything we do, the role of the CIO and the responsibility for the IT department needs to change drastically or it will implode. You’re probably asking yourself why I would predict that, and what CIOs should do to have a bright future. Let me answer both questions.