Are the leadership traits in men and women inherently different, or is a product of the environment? Our CIO panelists talk about what they believe to be true, and the responsibilities all leaders have to create a “safe environment.”
If you want to drive change, it’s not enough simply to be bought into the organization’s strategy – CIOs have to be “true believers” who can spread the word to others, says Tim Stettheimer.
Rural health organizations face myriad challenges, from recruiting top IT talent to meeting the same regulations as large health organizations. But it also comes with benefits, says CIO Patrick Yount.
High turnover can affect more than just the bottom line, says Bryan Kirby, which makes it critical for leaders to take the steps needed to improve retention.
Now more than ever, the CIO needs to be someone who can “help the rest of the organization understand the limits and the reality of technology,” says Gary Light, and bridge the gap between what we want and what we need.