CIO In the Know – Setting the tone and pace for 2023

2023 has already kicked off with a bang! First off, if you haven’t subscribed to the CIO In The Know newsletter, be sure to do so here. You can view past issues as well. Last week, I introduced the CIO In…

Six considerations for executives making difficult decisions

Over the course of time, CIOs, executive teams, and boards must make difficult decisions that have a wide-ranging impact on the company and its stakeholders. These are often exceptionally critical to a company’s business. When traversing these incredibly difficult decisions,…

What can CIOs learn from the Southwest Airlines debacle?

For many US travelers, Southwest Airlines is a beloved travel partner. For stakeholders, Southwest has been one of the best-run airlines in the US for many years. In the past week, however, the airline has hit a patch of significant…

What is driving hybrid work and the future of work?

Enterprises small and large are attempting to navigate the future of work and how hybrid work will fit into their operations moving forward. Last week, I posted a very interesting perspective on who is returning to the office and who…

The relationship between technology and China is getting complicated

The relationship between technology and China has had its ups and downs for decades. Between geopolitical issues, Covid lockdowns and now allegations of espionage, the relationship is probably at its lowest point. Unfortunately, this is forcing companies to make significant…