From Under the Rug : October 2015 Archives

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Dwelling on Security Concerns Can Stifle Innovation, CTO Says

28 Oct, 2015

Wolfram Jost, chief technology officer at the German enterprise software giant, Software AG, shares candid thoughts on security, software and the coming age of platforms. ...More >

Why Workplace Conflict May Not Be Such a Bad Thing After All

26 Oct, 2015

Management and human resources consultants Cornelia Gamlem and Barbara Mitchell talk about how to approach workplace conflict in new, productive ways. ...More >

Why Software AG Elevated Customer Centricity to the C-Suite

22 Oct, 2015

Some companies, like Software AG, find that selling product isn't their focus--making their customers successful is. To focus on that, it's important to start at the C-level. ...More >

Female Tech CEO Sidesteps VCs with Crowdfunding Campaign

20 Oct, 2015

Helen Thomas, CEO of Touchjet, an interactive touch technology startup, explains why her company turned to crowdfunding instead of VCs to get the company off the ground. ...More >

Health Insurance Provider Turns to Crowdsourcing to Spark Innovation

14 Oct, 2015

Cambia Health Solutions' Chief Innovation Officer, Mohan Nair, has adopted Spigit’s innovation crowdsourcing platform. He elaborates on the successes that have resulted. ...More >

The View from a Female Collegiate Athlete Turned Tech Entrepreneur

09 Oct, 2015

Joanna Weidenmiller, CEO of 1-Page, a talent acquisition and retention software company, gives insight into women in tech and running a successful company. ...More >

Crowdsourcing Innovation as a Means of Advancing IT’s Relevance

07 Oct, 2015

IT professionals need to do a lot more than just ensure that the lights are kept on; they need to be drivers of innovation. And the best way to accomplish that just might be to crowdsource it. ...More >

Why Lessons in Humility May Help You Keep Your Job

01 Oct, 2015

Author and professor at the University of Virginia Darden Graduate School of Business, Edward Hess, believes that humility is one trait that can't be duplicated by machines and thus, will be important to human jobs of the future. ...More >

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