• Engaging on Purpose in Higher Education

    • by Mark Milliron
    • January 11, 2016
    • In Print

    If we can engage on purpose all members of the higher education sector, we're more likely to make the most of the golden age of learning.

  • New to Higher Education? A CIO Perspective

    • by Greg Diment
    • October 12, 2015
    • In Print

    The way we share ideas among "competitors" in higher education is unique—and very refreshing compared with sharing in other industries.

  • Meditations of a CIO Yogi

    • by Tracy Schroeder
    • June 22, 2015
    • In Print

    My first CIO role, at the University of San Francisco, was unexpected both for me and, I think, for everyone around me.

  • Change Management and Cultural Resistance

    • by Marc Hoit
    • April 27, 2015
    • In Print

    Changing an IT organization is difficult. Cultural, institutional, and individual resistances operate like inertia to thwart improvements.

  • IT Investment Drivers and ROI

    • by Eric L. Denna
    • November 10, 2014
    • In Print

    One of the more enjoyable experiences for every CIO is helping the executive leadership of any organization understand the value of its investment in information technology.

  • Something Completely Different

    • by Patrick J. Burns
    • September 15, 2014
    • In Print

    Many of you may recognize the title of this column from the first Monty Python's Flying Circus movie (I am a fan).

  • Brain-Numbingly Strategic

    • by Eric Hawley
    • July 14, 2014
    • In Print

    As I write this, my IT department is struggling with a possible "known defect" in a critical piece of software that directly affects the customer experience.

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