GE Is Changing How They Evaluate Their Employees, Should You?

I’m pretty sure that we all know who General Electic (GE) is. The company has been around for 124 years and employees over 315,000 people. The company has made everything from toasters to railway locomotives to aircraft engines to nuclear power plants. They truly understand the importance of information technology. As impressive as all of … Read moreGE Is Changing How They Evaluate Their Employees, Should You?

What CIOs Can Learn From GM About Eliminating Red Tape

If there is one thing that CIOs hate it’s red tape – bureaucratic roadblocks that keep the IT department from doing what it is supposed to be doing. The very definition of information technology is that it moves fast and adapts to dynamic situations – exactly what a company’s bureaucratic processes and barriers to success … Read moreWhat CIOs Can Learn From GM About Eliminating Red Tape

The Reason That Innovation Isn’t Happening In Your IT Department

How many times do you have to tell your IT department: it’s time to start innovating again? The global recession is over, if your company is going to start to grow and be successful, then the IT department is going to have to be out in front and leading the charge. Since budgets are still … Read moreThe Reason That Innovation Isn’t Happening In Your IT Department