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A large part of our success, personally and professionally, stems from our ability to make sound decisions. We typically consider ourselves successful when our decisions lead to expected, positive results. For example, we hire someone and they… Read more
Last week in New York, I spoke at a dinner attended by IT executives from a number of Fortune 50 firms. I presented on the challenges that enterprises face balancing innovation with controls. It’s a topic that’s top of mind with IT executives, and… Read more
Another gloomy week passes by, with no resolution for the deficit crisis. There’s talk of a potential downgrade to the US credit rating, with subsequent increases in interest rates. The stock market reacted harshly, with the Dow Jones… Read more