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Red Hat And FCC CIOs On the Future Of Tech (enterprisersproject.com) 25

StewBeans writes: At Evanta's recent CIO Executive Summit in Washington, D.C., two Enterprisers took the stage to discuss how CIOs can influence the future of business at the "tipping point" of technology and innovation today. David Bray, CIO of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, began the talk: "2013 was the year there was the same number of network devices on the face of the planet as there were humans -- seven billion network devices on the face of the planet, seven billion humans. Now 2015, just two years later, we're at 14 billion network devices on the face of the planet." This set the stage for a conversation on the future of technology that touched on everything from Moore's Law to the consumerization of technology, global connectivity, and mass personalization. Bray and co-presenter Lee Congdon, CIO of Red Hat, shared their predictions and insights into how all businesses will need to evolve and adapt to a future in which they have less control.
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Red Hat And FCC CIOs On the Future Of Tech

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  • At the end of the day, when we talk about technology change – whether it’s the Internet of Everything, big data, or machine learning – it’s really about people and organizational cultures, first and foremost. Then, it’s about how those people get stuff done together – and that's really what it comes down to when you talk about transforming organizational cultures. I think more and more C-suite leaders need to recognize themselves as being active designers, facilitators, and participants in a cultural transformation, and make strategic choices about what levers they employ to help make that happen.
    CULTURE(S) CHANGE REQUIRED [enterprisersproject.com]

    would someone explain to me why we need to force diversity in amounts that are highly disproportionate to the people with the desire, qualifications and willingness to work for you? it's discrimination.

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