As a leader, you are shaping others – not just by what you say, but also by what you do and don’t do, says Sue Schade, who believes it’s a responsibility that must be taken seriously.
Now more than ever, ethics is not something to be ignored, says Sue Schade, who discusses the importance of having a policy that encourages staff to speak up.
No matter the size or scope of an organization, there is little variance when it comes to the priorities facing the CIO, whether it’s a full-time or interim position, says Sue Schade.
If you want to understand how nurses use the systems supported by IT and how the experience can be improved, the solution is rather simple, says interim CIO Sue Schade.
Although no vendor partnership will be perfect, leaders should expect excellent service and robust products that work reliably today and will evolve to meet future needs, says Sue Schade.