A Sorry Statement

If your organization has a miss-step — especially a public one — leaders need to step up. No excuses, no blame, no corporate speak, says Kate Huvane Gamble.

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Transparency In A Fine-Print World

If KLAS really wants to drive transparency in healthcare, it’s only fair that they are willing to divulge the “nitty-gritty” details of how research is gathered, says Jared Jeffery.

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Gray Areas: The Misconceptions That Are Compromising Cybersecurity Efforts

The words are often lumped together, but while compliance is black and white, cybersecurity is complex – and getting more so all of time, according to CISO Matt Snyder and CIO Rod Dykehouse.

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Bouncing Back From Bad Decisions

Even great leaders can make bad decisions. What distinguishes them is the ability to own the decision, discuss it openly, and learn from it, says former CIO Steve Huffman.

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Safety In Numbers: How The CIO & CISO Can Partner To Give Cybersecurity A New Identity

How can leaders convey the importance of cybersecurity initiatives when most of the work is done behind the scenes? That’s the challenge, say Rodney Dykehouse and Matt Snyder of Penn State Hershey Medical Center.

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