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Weekly Top Reads:

Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s third CEO, opens up about his effort to refresh the culture of the company and renew its focus on the future. Nadella thinks of the past, he says, for the sake of the future—of technology, public policy, and work – read more inMicrosoft’s CEO on Rediscovering the Company’s Soul.

How do we measure the true impact of IT on the ability of a business to innovate and provide better consumer experiences? Verizon Senior Vice President and Global CIO, Vic Bhagat plans to answer that question in Why We Need to Change Our Approach to Measurement to Drive Innovation.

Iain Smith, Director of Diaz Research, a research and advisory company focusing on IT people and organization best practices, knows Paranoia is not seen as a good thing. But it is increasingly necessary in the complex world of IT. Read why he thinks so in In Praise of Paranoia.

In this episode of IoT Time Podcast, Ken Briodagh, editorial director at IoT Evolution, sits down with Scott Harper, CEO, Dialexa, to talk about IoT solution development and how incubators or Labs can encourage innovation.


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