Issue OverviewCIO Decisions - Feb. 2014, Vol. 29
CIOs are taking some tricks of the trade from startups and looking to transform enterprise IT into a creative, entrepreneurial organization. How can your company infuse IT with an innovation culture? In this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine, SearchCIO Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski tells us how MetLife, a 145-year-old insurance company, established its IT department as an entrepreneurial entity, with an eye on solving perennial business problems.
Also in this issue, columnist Harvey Koeppel examines the changing nature of work in light of developments in business process management and outsourcing. SearchCIO Editorial Director Christina Torode shares the results of TechTarget's annual IT Salary and Careers Survey; find out whether you're being compensated well relative to your CIO peers. Plus, SearchCIO Executive Editor Linda Tucci looks at self-service IT in her CIO Matters column. Access >>>
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MetLife takes a gamble on startup culture
by Nicole Laskowski
A 145-year-old company, MetLife shook off traditional IT for a startup culture.
- MetLife takes a gamble on startup culture by Nicole Laskowski
IT executive salary, career and project ambitions: Roadmap 2014
by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
The results of our IT Salary and Career survey are in. See how your salary and career goals compare with those of your peers.
- IT executive salary, career and project ambitions: Roadmap 2014 by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
Survey: For cloud computing use, business needs trump cost savings as top driver
by Karen Goulart
TechTarget's latest Cloud Pulse survey shows business needs trump cost savings for cloud use. IT leaders and analysts say it's about time.
- Survey: For cloud computing use, business needs trump cost savings as top driver by Karen Goulart
The enterprise startup mentality
by Rachel Lebeaux
CIOs are instilling an enterprise startup mentality in their long-standing IT organization to promote entrepreneurship and creative thought.
Evolving BPM and BPO practices will change the nature of work
by Harvey Koeppel
Harvey Koeppel makes the case that BPM and BPO are evolving and converging and will permanently change the way we work.
'Tis the season for IT self-service
by Linda Tucci
Chatter about big data reveals IT self-service can be a gift for CIOs. Take command and control but keep the buffet open.
- The enterprise startup mentality by Rachel Lebeaux
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