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Putting a social layer into every business app
The social enterprise has arrived, and savvy organizations are looking to build a social layer into every possible business application and platform. How are these collaboration-minded companies getting everybody on board with new social workflow processes? In this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine, Executive Editor Linda Tucci profiles two organizations that have taken big steps toward socializing the workforce, and uncovers how they achieved success in these endeavors. We also look at the big data revolution through the eyes of MIT researchers, discuss the rise of the chief procurement officer in the modern enterprise and discuss what the C-suite needs from a new generation of CIOs. Also, read a case study about the use of cloud and data analytics in the online music industry, and check out our one-on-one interview with the CIO of the United Nations.
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Features in this issue
Mixcloud uses real-time data analytics to mesh customer behavior with site maintenance and -- coming soon-- deep personalization.
How do you become a transformational leader? According to the new CIO of the UN, it has to do with right-brain thinking and embracing paradox.
If proponents of the social enterprise have learned anything, it's that social must be woven into the flow of work. That's easier said than done.
As the social enterprise evolves, so too do social workflow processes. But getting everybody on board with social isn't for the faint of heart.
The big data experts at the MIT CIO event made it official: Big data is transforming business. But it's complicated stuff, and it needs a CIO's touch.
News in this issue
The rise of the chief procurement officer raises questions about the role of IT.
Columns in this issue
What's the 2013 version of "a chicken in every pot?" How about "a social app for every business need?" It's time to explore the new social landscape.
Is the decider-in-chief an industry relic? One CIO headhunter says so. The new C-suite ideal is the collaborative team player.