Today's Chief Information Officers must be an entirely new breed of technology leader. With ever-changing demands from the business, and in an increasingly technology-centric business environment, CIOs must find game-changing innovations and process improvements that make a real impact on the bottom line. Business executives need their CIOs to be real partners - speaking the language of the business and donning their strategist caps - not just commodity managers.
"A high-level view"
Today's leaders are expected to reduce costs, increase productivity, drive innovation, and help the business identify and pursue new business opportunities. Successful IT leaders will be the ones that become strategic business partners and decision influencers in their organizations. Leading IT Transformation describes in actionable detail, the new mindset, core skill set, and interpersonal tool set that are necessary for IT leaders to thrive in today's increasingly complex business environment.
"Too generic and not usefull"
Darkness falls quickly when you're being stalked...but it is always dark when you are a stalker. In this compelling all-original anthology, eight masters of suspense take you into the darkest depths of terror as they explore both side of the human hunt.
"HUGE RIP OFF"
[Contains explicit content] Heart racing, knees wobbly, and feeling light-headed - are you head over heels in love, or is that fear creeping down your spine? In this set of spooky stories, two narrators discover that sometimes getting your adrenaline pumping can arouse other things as well. This episode features "When Things Go Bump in the Night" by Robert Ben Garant for RISK! and "Jack Skellington and Friends" by Baltazar Barnabas for Bawdy Storytelling.
A cross-section of five frontline leaders in the controversial emerging church movement shed informative light on their beliefs and basic message to help us understand whether it’s all about new methods or a new message or both.
In perhaps the most piercing insult, Trump said his party is harder to deal with than even Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, whom conservatives loathe.
"Melania Trump's Apparent Plagiarism Caps Difficult Start to GOP Convention" is from the July 19, 2016, Politics section of The Washington Post. It was written by Robert Costa, Dan Balz and Philip Rucker and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"Trump Is Playing 'a Part' and Can Transform for Victory, Campaign Chief Tells GOP Leaders" is from the April 21, 2016 Politics section of The Washington Post. It was written by Philip Rucker, Dan Balz and Robert Costa and narrated by Jill Melancon.
"Trump Team Vows to Win Delegate Majority as Rivals Prepare for Open Convention" is from the April 09, 2016 Politics section of The Washington Post. It was written by Dan Balz, Philip Rucker and Robert Costa and narrated by Sam Scholl.