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  • Report: Techies anxious about lack of business skills

    This month's Dice Report shows that IT professionals worry they lack the business skills to get ahead. According to some experts, the anxiety is not misplaced. 

  • ITIL process success: Get people on your side

    Executive and employee support can be the biggest barriers to ITIL process adoption. In his latest column, Brian Johnson offers advice on how to secure executive support and appoint ITIL champions to lead your internal campaign. 

  • HP sees green in energy efficiency

    Can a company that has spent years contributing to the problem lead the way to energy efficiency in IT areas -- and make a bundle doing it? HP announces its intention to do just that. 

  • CIOs not making time for business continuity planning

    Company culture and lack of management support are preventing many firms from planning for downtime or disaster. 

  • Dow in China: IT builds pathway to Asian workforce

    Dow is training an elite workforce in China that it fully expects to rise to the uppermost ranks of the company. The starting point is an IT center in Shanghai. But does it make sense? One analyst, at least, is skeptical. 

  • ITIL: Not just for bookworms

    The IT Infrastructure Library, or ITIL, is bringing law and order to the Wild, Wild West of IT services delivery. 

  • Judge drops charges against HP's Dunn

    A judge dropped all charges Wednesday against Patricia Dunn, the former Hewlett-Packard Co. board chairwoman who was accused of fraud in the boardroom spying scheme that rocked one of Silicon Valley's most respected companies. 

  • BPM mind shift drives innovation

    Great innovation often fails because of poor execution. But experts say BPM may be the key to staying the course. 

  • A business performance management primer

    Call it BPM, corporate performance management or enterprise performance management. Whatever the name, it's a technology strategy every CIO should be using. 

  • People skills outrank tech skills, researcher says

    At Gartner's Business Process Management Summit, research VP Diane Morello said tech skills will always be needed, but they'll take a back seat to relationship management.