The hallmark of a good leader is the ability to pause, take in a situation with all its complexities, and move forward with the most balanced approach for your organization, says Saad Chaudhry.
One of the many benefits of doing volunteer work? Getting exposed to people – and experiences – outside of your realm, says Sue Schade, who talks about the benefits of giving back.
One of the biggest lessons Craig Richardville has learned since leaving the CIO role? The companies you’ve never heard of – and wouldn’t open your door to – maybe be the ones that can benefit your organization most.
As optimization becomes a higher priority — and the demand for technology increase — CIOs are being caught in the middle, according to an Impact Advisors report that identified key leadership priorities.
Whether it’s “upping our game” when it comes to managing ePHI, the latest policy developments, or the future of ACOs, there are critical discussions that need to happen, according to our experts.