Building knowledge is a good reason to participate in Boot Camp – but it’s not the only one, says Sarah Richardson, who says “it may also become a springboard for opportunities you had never previously considered.”
Even if an interaction with a vendor doesn’t result in a purchase, there can still be value in it, says CIO Chani Cordero, who talks about the importance of maintaining strong partnerships.
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.
The only thing more important than having routines in our lives? Being willing to break from them, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who discusses the key benefits of “shaking things up.”
By collaborating with organizations that differ from your own in terms of size, scope and location, leaders create an opportunity not just to improve, but to truly innovate, says Tim Stettheimer.