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Job-Stealing Robots? Millennials See Hope, Fear in Automation
As workplace automation enters the mainstream, Cathy Engelbert, CEO of Deloitte US, shares her perspectives in this piece on millennials, automation, and preparing the next generation of employees for the work of the future.
How Broadcom Keeps the Lights on During M&A
Two companies, two ERP systems, and a short time to join forces. In the Avago-Broadcom deal, application management services played a critical role.
Rising to and Beyond CIO
A fast-paced career has taught Steve Larrabee a thing or two about the CIO role—not just how to be successful in the position, but also how to grow and bring value beyond it, such as through disruptive innovation and broader shared services capabilities.
GE’s Digital Transformation Journey
Bringing a long-established manufacturing leader into the digital age is no small feat, but that’s just what General Electric Co. has done. CMO Linda Boff discusses what the effort has involved, including technology’s starring role.
Ford CIO on IT’s Evolving Role
Marcy Klevorn has seen plenty of change during her 33 years at Ford, including ever more ways for IT to deliver business value.
Innovation for the Greater Good
How do big problems get solved? ‘Commit, then figure it out,’ says award-winning producer, film maker, philanthropist, and CEO Mick Ebeling.