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Is Consumer Trust the Foundation of Everything?

by Jennifer Polk  |  November 7, 2019

Efforts to target and optimize marketing and advertising have reached a fever pitch with 87% of B2C marketers deploying personalization tactics. At the same time, we see evidence consumers have...

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Great Customer Strategies Look to Behavior

by Hank Barnes  |  May 14, 2019

Focus is important to any successful strategy, particularly in terms of identifying segments and ideal customer profiles.   The phrase "we appeal to customers of all sizes" is, more often than...

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The New IT Reality Demands a Participative Workforce

by Mike Rollings  |  April 22, 2013

Last week my report “Field Research Summary: The Changing IT Career” was published on Gartner.com. This report summarizes the findings from our field research project focused on how goals, expectations...

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Bad Habits Cause IT Talent Shortage

by Mike Rollings  |  April 3, 2013

This morning I read a blog post by Nick Corcodilos “Ask The Headhunter: The Talent Shortage Myth and Why HR Should Get Out of the Hiring Business” and it seems...

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Why projects fail? Hint - It's not technical skills.

by Mike Rollings  |  March 28, 2013

A large area of concern for many Gartner clients is “How do I get a large organization to do new things, to collaborate effectively, and to improve overall delivery effectiveness?”...

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Work from home and making adult choices

by Mike Rollings  |  March 20, 2013

My friend and colleague Jack Santos sent me a link to the NYTimes story “Looking for a lesson in Google’s Perks” by James B. Stewart. Jack knows I am interested...

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Lessons from Lance - the future and Digital Doping

by Mike Rollings  |  February 20, 2013

Recently several of us Gartner analysts were discussing the future of digitally enhanced humans. This covers a wide range from drugs that enhance cognition to prosthetics that enhance our physicality....

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Goodbye Baked Ham

by Mike Rollings  |  November 28, 2012

Zig Ziglar died today. The title may make instant sense to his followers or to those of you that have heard me tell his story about baked ham. It's about...

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“Making Pianos” or “Being an Artist”

by Mike Rollings  |  November 26, 2012

I saw a story on CBS about Wally Boot who has worked at the Steinway factory for 50 years. He was born on Steinway Street and has learned how to...

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The Nexus and IT Jobs - It's Hip to be Square

by Mike Rollings  |  November 5, 2012

Last week our “2013 Professional Effectiveness Planning Guide: Coming to Terms With the Nexus of Forces” was published on Gartner.com. It discusses the Nexus of Forces — social, mobile, cloud...

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