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New BPM process and strategy prioritize data-driven outcomes
Business process management is traditionally focused on improving workflows and rooting out inefficiencies, but new BPM process and strategy is emerging, centered on growing the organization through an emphasis on data-driven business outcomes. In this issue of CIO Decisions, SearchCIO Editorial Director Christine Torode talks with the CIO of the Laborers' International Union of North America, which is using better BPM to give members and contractors a clearer sense of where geographical skill sets lie.
In addition, Senior Features Writer Karen Goulart takes us through MetroPCS' cloud journey toward a data center-free workplace; Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski interviews the author of a new e-book on the Machiavellian IT leader and Executive Editor Linda Tucci tells us about a recent trip to the MIT Media Lab and the ramifications of digitalization.
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Features in this issue
With an emphasis on data-driven business results, the new BPM program is giving CIOs the tools to help grow the business.
MetroPCS's Kevin Broadway stumbled onto the cloud seven years ago. Now he's nearly data center-free and a strategic partner to the business.
In part two of this SearchCIO Trailblazer profile, Kevin Broadway talks about the business benefits of going data center-free.
In this SearchCIO New Books Q&A, author Tina Nunno explains why CIOs have a lot to learn from Machiavelli.
In this SearchCIO New Books Q&A, author Tina Nunno explains why CIOs need to be willing to go to extremes and even embrace 'the dark side.'
Columns in this issue
Enterprise BPM is about more than battling bottlenecks. CIOs are looking to business process management to help grow the business and hone a competitive edge.
What are companies such as Macy's, Tesco, American Express and Wal-Mart Stores doing with big data? The Data Mill reports.
At MIT Media Lab, building a virtual digital world still hinges on leveraging an analog world of orthogonal thinkers.