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Being an Information Company and the Value of Data

by Andrew White  |  September 18, 2017

  In today's US print edition of the Wall Street Journal there was an interesting Opinion piece by Mark Mills, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and research fellow...

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New Research: Designing Your Pace-Layered Information Strategy

by Andrew White  |  March 21, 2016

Mark Beyer and I just published a new note titled, Designing Your Pace-Layered Information Strategy.  This is a mini-spotlight that links to several other notes to provide a "how to" guide...

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New Research: Shift From a Project to an Asset Perspective to Properly Value and Fund IT Investments

by Andrew White  |  January 26, 2016

My colleagues Michael Smith and Doug Laney just published this note:  Shift From a Project to an Asset Perspective to Properly Value and Fund IT Investments. As IT grows more pervasive,...

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On the First Day of Christmas My CIO Said To Me….

by Andrew White  |  December 16, 2015

On the first day if Christmas my CIO said to me, a budget in a board meet. On the second day of Christmas my CIO said to me, two data...

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Pearls of Wisdom from a Chief Data Officer

by Andrew White  |  April 3, 2015

At the close of our 2015 Enterprise Information and Master Data Management summit yesterday Deb Logan hosted a "master mind" interview with Dr. Eugene Kolker, CDO, Seattle Children’s Hospital.  It was an...

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The Day of the Technician is Over. The Time of the Chief Data Officer has Begun.

by Andrew White  |  March 17, 2015

OK so I am a little over the top with hype.  And I clearly am a fan of the Lord of the Rings movies.  But ignoring all this, I really...

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The CIO's first 100 days on the job – a major “to-do” right here!

by Andrew White  |  May 9, 2014

We have a document (see The CIO’s First 100 Days: A Toolkit) just for this situation.  It's a very popular document on Gartner.com.  I read it, from cover to cover...

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