After the first six months in a new leadership role – which often feels more like a sprint than a marathon – it’s time to hit your stride, says CIO Ed Marx, who provides guidance on everything from remaining visible to managing up.
What made John Halamka want to move on from the CIO role? An opportunity to share the many lessons learned during his career, mentor the next generation, and help separate hype from reality.
When it comes to achieving success as a CIO, the learning curve is actually more like a circle, according to Liz Johnson, Marc Probst, and Daniel Barchi, who shared their experiences during a recent webinar.
Rather than pushing back when asked to reduce costs, CIOs should see it as an opportunity to transform IT, says Sue Schade. One way to do that? Through “selective outsourcing.”
It’s not just about technology. Today’s healthcare CIO must be a challenger, change agent, advantage guardian, facilitator, and outsource provider, says David Chou. But that won’t happen until we start seeing the role in a different light.