Revolutionary Thinking for IT Leaders

More than a century ago, Charles Holland Duell, the Commissioner of the U.S. Patent Office, expressed a wish that he could live his life over again just to see what might be invented. Duell would undoubtedly have been delighted at IT developments. He’s often misquoted as saying, “Everything that can be invented, has been,” and some IT directors might be inclined to agree, at least within their departments. They’ve gone from revolutionary thinking to incremental change, and while that might be good for stability, it may not be the best strategy for growth. Continue reading

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