At the most recent Society for Information Management Advanced Practices Council (APC) meeting, we heard four research presentations that, at first glance, appeared to be on quite disparate topics: enterprise social architecture, collaboration engineering, digital excellence and business intelligence. But on a second look, we noticed a common theme: CIOs need to think differently in 2013.
It's time to reconsider our business models, how employees collaborate, how we achieve innovation and how we empower staff and customers.
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