The only thing more important than having routines in our lives? Being willing to break from them, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who discusses the key benefits of “shaking things up.”
Identifying initiatives that align with the organization’s overall strategy, yet can be done within a certain time frame, is a challenge for any CIO – but even more so for those in a limited tenure roll, says Lt. Col. Chani Cordero.
If an organization is serious about transformation, the best way to enable that is by having a CIO and a chief digital officer working in conjunction, say Hillary Ross of Witt/Kieffer.
By collaborating with organizations that differ from your own in terms of size, scope and location, leaders create an opportunity not just to improve, but to truly innovate, says Tim Stettheimer.
In an industry where costs are skyrocketing and desired outcomes aren’t being achieved, fostering innovation isn’t just important – it’s vital to our survival, says Karen Murphy of Geisinger.