An organization’s success rests on the leader’s ability to build, nurture, and inspire a great team. So how can CIOs build this camaraderie? It’s easier than you think, says Brian Thomas.
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.
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.
It isn’t always going to be pretty – and in fact, sometimes it may be a complete disaster, but every once in a while, we’ve got to force ourselves out of the comfort zone, writes Kate Huvane Gamble.
The concept may seem to run counter to everything physicians are taught, but if we want to reduce burnout and bring joy back to medicine, it’s time to put patients second, says CMIO CT Lin.