Top 5 CIO Tweets of the Week – August 7, 2009post by Chris Curran on August 10, 2009
Instead of cranking out #followfriday all day last Friday, I thought I would try something new by listing some of my favorite #CIO tweets from the week. Hope you like them and find some new follows as a result. Let me know what you think.
Diamond has a few clients who are using Agile techniques in Web-centric projects with some good success. I was looking for some adoption data and found a Forrester survey that said 80% of the respondents were using some form of Scrum. Brian’s tweet was in response to me asking for others’ experience.
Prolific CIO.com writer C.G. Lynch offers some very practical tips for setting up an employee Twitter policy, including updating employee policy, and identifying and communicating company and individual Twitter users.
Bob is a friend and also an Aggie. He is starting at The Hartford at a time where there are many leadership changes, so it will be a great opportunity for him to establish his leadership style.
Patrick makes a seemingly simple statement, that unfortunately is lost on many of us as we get caught in the details of the day. I’m reminded of Steven Covey’s advice for focus on important things in your circle of influence.
This stat really surprises me as it seems pretty high. I guess the real question is “how many are measuring the right things?”