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5 Simple Ways to Ensure Great Decisions

5 Simple Ways to Ensure Great Decisions

Everyone is different when it comes to decision making, some people can make big life changing decisions at the drop of a hat, while others go over and over things until their brain hurts and still won't commit. No matter how you normally handle decisions, at some point in your life you will face a point of indecisiveness, here are a 5 simple ways to be certain you are making great decisions.

CEOs: This One Word Will Improve Your Bottom Line

CEOs: This One Word Will Improve Your Bottom Line

Day in and day out why  is not thought about as we put our heads down and simply continue doing what was done yesterday. Somewhere along the line we lost our instinct to ask why . The everyday focus is on making sure we are doing things as we were shown, according to the procedure, or the way the manager likes. The better perspective to improve your business is to think about things in terms of why are we doing this to begin with. 

5 Tips for CEOs Looking to Get More Out of Their Technology Investments

5 Tips for CEOs Looking to Get More Out of Their Technology Investments

As the CEO is responsible for everything his company does or fails to do, a good one knows exactly what’s going on at every level of the business. You hold the key to linking technology to business growth. Most IT projects lose track of the business purpose they are meant to serve. It is your responsibility as the CEO to make sure the business side of things is aligned with the technical side of things. 

No IT Plan in Place? You Are Wasting Your Money

No IT Plan in Place? You Are Wasting Your Money

The concept of planning for technology is hard to argue.

A good IT strategy aligns the mission and vision of your organization with the technology and operations that make it happen. This allows IT projects and spending to propel the growth of business rather than existing as a reactive cost center. Surprisingly, the majority of IT leadership executives do not have a strategy that is organizationally agreed upon, aligned with business objectives, and fully funded.

It's importance is clear, so why are organizations missing this?