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Using the Available-To-Promise Feature of ERP Systems
Consumer packaged goods firms that improperly use ATP risk significant disruption to customer service, supply chain.
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A Better Way To Reduce Costs In M&A
By streamlining deal-related software licensing efforts, CIOs may leverage existing licenses during the transition and manage compliance risk more effectively.
IT outsourcing more popular than ever
Global outsourcing and offshoring see steady growth despite threats of increased regulation.
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Talent development: Training an all-star IT Function
Research shows CIOs allocating more money toward employee training, but anecdotal evidence suggests traditional training and development programs aren't turning out the capabilities IT organizations so desperately need. The “Four E's” model for training and development can help CIOs create continuous learning environments inside their IT organizations, and can help employees and managers configure targeted programs that address individual and organizational needs.
A private equity view of IT
Ed Brandman, CIO of private equity giant KKR & Co. LP, brings a nontraditional background, deep business knowledge, and comfort with risk to the formidable task of overseeing IT services for a portfolio of 95 companies. Though such qualifications may be rare among CIOs, they are often prized by PE firms like KKR, which actively seeks “Renaissance leaders” for its technology operations.
MOOCS and more: External learning for corporate IT
Coding boot camps, hacker meeting spaces, and massive open online courses like Khan Academy and Udacity have taken off in the marketplace, but many CIOs have been slow to systematically incorporate these innovative learning environments into their IT organizations. John Hagel and John Seely Brown explain how CIOs can make them part of IT training and the concrete performance improvement benefits they can realize from doing so.
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