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Michelle
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Michelle,
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12/31/2017 | 6:07:50 PM
Re: Technology not the Answer
I consider the predictions a tradition for end-of-year. It's fun for some folks to predict the future and others like to read it. I prefer to look back at old predictions to see how close they were.
kq4ym
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12/30/2017 | 4:26:14 PM
Re: Technology not the Answer
I always am amazed by the year end flurry of predictions for the coming year and the likewise expectation of those year end reviews of news of the past. Not sure if it's the human brain's tendency to always try to explain what's happened and what's going to happen next, or just a year end custom that hasn't yet found the time to expire yet.
maryam@impact
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12/28/2017 | 2:33:03 PM
Part of the club
Larry, it's interesting I don't believe that every role belongs in every corporation. There is this trendy I have a whatever C level that somehow takes hold in corporations then people hire one and inevitable fire one when they realize they didn't need that position. I support creating positions out of need not out of being part of the club.
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12/27/2017 | 9:44:35 PM
Re: Technology not the Answer
Chief Digital Officers certainly never made any sense to me. 

Is this just some buzzword to appease shareholders? Because I think the role of the CIO could encompass whatever dutires required of a so-called CDO. 
garry
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12/27/2017 | 1:15:26 PM
Re: Technology not the Answer
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Phil_Britt
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12/27/2017 | 12:16:55 AM
Technology not the Answer
You're absolutely right that focusing solely on the technology without seeking to develop people as well is a strategy that will fail. People have to buy into and facilitate the technology, which at the end of the day is only a tool. Focusing only on technology is a failing strategy. Companies that focus on technology tend to focus on the latest bells and whistles, not on technology being a tool to reach a goal.


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