Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // April 2013
How enterprise IT can master the consumer age
IDC Chief Analyst Frank Gens describes a landscape of rapid innovation as IT leaders tackle cloud, mobility, big data and social media.Survey the landscape
Take your IT team mobile—for real
Gearing up IT for the mobile era is about more than technology. It’s about people, culture, and collaborating with the business.Real moves
A vision of seamless mobility
The chief technologist of HP’s Communications, Media, and Entertainment unit talks about truly integrating with users’ mobile lifestyle.Smoother sailing
Mobility in 2020: Challenge of a moving target
The Enterprise 20/20 ebook forecasts the age when everyone and everything is (even more) connected.Shoot straight
Bigger data, better management
CenterPoint Energy CTO Steven Pratt talks about how HP’s innovative approach to data consolidation and information management led to better operations and happier customers.Watch now
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Diving into disruptive technology trends like cloud, mobile, and Big Data, HP’s CEO talks about moving not just IT, but the whole enterprise, into a new era.
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Gigaom and Cerner discuss real examples of how advanced analytics can transform healthcare.
Percentage of IT leaders who say the primary responsibility of IT is improving efficiency in business processes—followed by fixing hardware and software issues (32 percent) and improving security to mitigate potential IT-related threats (25 percent).1
Percentage of CIOs who viewed security as a major challenge to mobile deployments.2
Percentage of CIOs who cited cost as a major challenge to mobile deployments.2
2“Mobility Disruption: A CIO Perspective,” McKinsey & Company, September 2012
Q: How do you improve team performance in a changing environment?
A: After a significant change (in membership, objectives, tasks, etc.), it takes time to connect and re-establish a productive team—and team performance is determined in large part by the quality of the relationships among the people involved. … The team change curve is about group dynamics: establishing roles and responsibilities, figuring out what people are doing, establishing and questioning leadership, and so on. The key is to manage the change curve for teams: orientation, exploration, aspiration, and integration.
—Joshua Brusse, HP’s chief architect, Asia Pacific, detailing that process on our blog