All great artists have their tools – Thor has a hammer; Captain America, a shield; Lara Croft, a bow; David Hasselhoff, Kit; Iron Man, a multi-functional suit; Michelangelo, a chisel; Yehudi Menuhin, a violin; Picasso, a paint brush; Ronaldo, a football; etc. These tools generally amplify the character of the user. They become an extension of the individual and as a result, the wielder can do significantly more than without them, a good quality tool is worth it’s weight in gold.
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This is the next in the series of articles on DevOps. Today, the topic is about teams and productivity. Now, like most of you, I am conditioned to find out what needs doing before finding the people who need to do it. This sounds sensible and logical and for most ‘Good’ organisations, this is fine. However, Collins, found that Great Companies start with ‘Who’ first – the difference between Level 4 and Level 5 Leadership.
Surveys suggest that the average tenure in a CISO position is around 2 years. Nothing will change until the profile of the CISO is raised and they start to see their role over the mid to long-term
In this episode, I have the privilege of interviewing SAP’s Chief Digital Marketing Officer, Mika Yamamoto about SAP’s marketing strategies. We discuss why SAP decided to separate the CDMO role from CMO, and how they divided responsibilities. Spoiler Alert – The CMO watches after the SAP brand and aims to make...