More great insights from our bloggers this week. In a way, we went through a whole technology adoption process: Don Sheppard stressed our need to define it; Bruce Stewart questioned whether we actually need it; Chris Lau made a case for adopting it. If you’re looking for insight and a variety of perspectives on Big Data, just visit the Blogosphere home page and riffle through last week’s posts.
This holiday-shortened week, we’ll be dealing with the subject of customer-centricity. Let’s start by looking at what some leading Canadian CIOs had to say on the subject in our video series, CIO Canada Debate:
Then start with a critical and possibly controversial question: As an IT professional, who is my customer? Is he or she the same as the business’s customer? Or is it the business user servicing that customer? The C-suite that defines business goals?
What a customer-centric IT strategy looks like depends very much on the answer to that question.
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