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culture provides a powerful lens through which to view digital disruption.
Understanding your organization's culture allows you to see how your team
works together to solve problems—and resolve conflict. It means
understanding what you should and shouldn't spend money on. It means
knowing what excites your workforce and what makes them restless. Your
culture defines the risks you are willing to take, the failures you are
willing to accept, and the successes that are most valuable. It can be the
thing that anchors your leadership. Anyone in
the position to consider investments in new technology will be well served
by keeping culture in mind. Oracle Chief Human Resources Officer Joyce
Westerdahl and Wendy Cottrell, global HRIS manager, National Instruments (see page 24), both discuss the cultural
aspects of the technology projects they have overseen. It's a central point
to focus on as we all work together to build what's coming next. CLOUD CULTURE
IT helps the human resources team at National Instruments support EYES ON THE HORIZON
Oracle experts are on the lookout for 2015's big trends. PERSISTENCE OF VISION
Smart HR IT brings new insights to established HR challenges. THE AUGMENTED ENTERPRISE
Four augmented reality use cases allow users to see data through a new
lens. Is one
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