Hi, Joel, as usual, thanks for sharing your life experience, no matter priority or life purpose, I think, the most important thing is: you need follow your heart, also should make positive influence in the world we are living on, for leaders, sometimes it means some sacrafice, or as you visualize something bigger than yourself, say, you may not accompany your kids every day, but you can create brighter, equal opportunity for them or more kids; you may meet many difficulties, but you know you are fighting for the fair share of possibilities--some underdog leadership perspective, I would a;sp add, priority may not always be at personal box, it may need shape the new box for the brigher world.
Well, recently I also wrote a blog about priority, more from CIO's perspective on how to prioritize project, pleasure to shae it:
Digital technologies are enabling enterprises to innovate and exploit new business opportunities, sometimes at no extra cost.
Using digital technologies, IT, for lack of a better name, if you want to call it differently, companies increase the relationship with their eco-systems, their customers, while improving the productivity of their employees and the consistency of their business processes. All benefits improving the image they portray in the market. Now, what thinking brings you there?
How do you transform your organization into a digital enterprise? First, you have to check off four activities and technologies: cloud, mobility, social media and Big Data. Once you've tangibly embraced those, you're on the path to digital enterprise-hood.
Cloud computing is growing up, according to my 2014 outlook forecasts. It has reached the point where the cloud is commonplace, but that doesn't mean companies have maxed out of their cloud potential. Quite the opposite.
It's that time again when I make my forecasts for the new year. Sometimes, my predictions work out, sometimes not. Here's 10 topics that will be front and center for CIOs in 2014. What do you think I overlooked? Anyway, here goes.
While legal and technical aspects of the cloud journey are important, the first consideration is what will run on that cloud.
Recently, I was presenting to the IT strategy team of a large enterprise. I talked about the journey to cloud, what are the things you should review and what decisions should you take. Very quickly, the discussion boiled down to technology and legal aspects.