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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The Innovation Killer

Although some level of fear can be healthy when considering a new initiative, it can’t be what governs the decision-making process, says Anthony Guerra.

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Michael Marino, Chief of IS Operations, Providence St. Joseph Health, Chapter 1

Of the many challenges that emerge when two large organizations join together, perhaps the toughest is incorporating governance structures and getting everyone on the same page, says Michael Marino.

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Joey Sudomir, SVP & CIO, Texas Health Resources, Chapter 2

All leaders want to advance their organizations, but if we lean too much on the staff and put too much strain on resources, we end up moving backwards, says CIO Joey Sudomir.

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Leadership Challenges, Part 2: Receiving Critical Feedback

It’s impossible to improve as a leader – and as a person – if you don’t know how to do receive and process feedback, says Steve Huffman, who offers some key pieces of advice.

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