Although it’s impossible to determine with completely certainty which projects will fail and which will succeed, there are steps leaders can take to increase the chance of success, says Bill Russell.
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.
Being CIO at a critical access hospital is more than just dealing with a tighter budget; it’s being willing to get your hands dirty and help out where it’s needed, says Jake Dorst.
Although an organization’s priorities are constantly shifting, the fundamentals – communication, transparency, and trust – should stay the same, says CIO Joey Sudomir.
The most important piece of advice CIO Jamie Nelson has for those planning a major implementation? Add more staff than you think might be needed, because the appetite for information will only grow.