When an IT organization was in need of an anchor to provide stability during turbulent times and a new direction, four words ended up making a critical difference, says David Muntz, recalling an experience from his CIO days.
The best way to exact every drop of value from mistakes and near misses is to fix them quickly – and make sure everyone on your team knows the fix, says Anthony Guerra.
Bill Russell’s team was looking for a better way to prioritize projects; what they discovered was a way to help the staff see the big picture and understand how all the pieces interrelate.
Meetings have the ability to ramp up your productivity, or to kill an entire productive day, says former CIO Steve Huffman, who offers five tips on how to achieve the former.
Creating a vision, clarifying expectations, securing the future, and listening to your staff aren’t just trivial boxes to check – they’re essential components of health IT leadership, says Bill Russell.