Moving from Strategic Planning to Strategic Management (Part II)

Strategic management is a logical set of connected activities that enables the organization to make its strategy work. It is a process.

Moving From Strategic Planning to Strategic Management (Part I)

Seventeen years ago, researchers at IBM concluded that the anticipated value of Information Technology (IT) investment was not being realized because …

IT as Enabler and Beneficiary of Nonprofit Capital Markets

[Today’s post is from guest blogger Steve Goldberg, who is a consultant to Charity Navigator.] “Nonprofit capital market” is one […]

How do you define project success?

Project success undoubtedly has different meanings to different people. In the Project Management Institute (PMI) recent issue (Dec 2009) of […]

The CIO Challenge: Balancing innovation & cost reduction

This article on the CIO challenge, by Shawn Banerji for, is a few months old, but still very relevant […]

Rob Jackson and CITI Featured in Washington Business Journal Profile

The following article, by Washington Business Journal Associate Editor Timothy Burn, appeared in the December 11th, 2009 issue of the […]

People & Process, Part II: Business change is all about …

“Business change is all about people.”  – We are really big fans of these words from Roger T. Burlton, an […]

People & Process, Part I: Seek synergy to find the answers

People are an organization’s most important asset. We’ve all heard these words before. How is this translated really? Some leaders […]

Green Business Summit: IT solutions and people making a difference

CITI attended the Green Business Summit and awards event hosted by the Washington Business Journal as a 2009 finalist for an Innovation award. At the summit, panels of experts addressed a wide range of sustainability efforts.

CIOs and Nonprofits are Experts at Doing More with Less

Dave Deal and Rob Jackson recently returned from the Groundwork Group Nonprofit IT Conference. The theme that nonprofits need to think strategically about technology and have a CIO role came up in several ways.

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