From security breaches to caregiver burnout, there are countless obstacles facing CIOs. But there are also countless opportunities to advance organizations – and care – forward, says David Muntz.
If IT leaders want to understand clinician frustrations, it’s not enough simply to make phone calls, says Dr. Anncy Thomas, who believes “standing with them and watching them go through the screens is where the breakthroughs happen.”
One of Dr. Anncy Thomas’ first goals as CIO at Episcopal Health Services was to change not just the outside perception of IT, but the department’s mindset of its core objectives.
The hallmark of a good leader is the ability to pause, take in a situation with all its complexities, and move forward with the most balanced approach for your organization, says Saad Chaudhry.
No matter what type of business you’re in, one core philosophy holds true: the strategies that helped you achieve success in the past won’t necessarily drive the organization forward, says Anthony Guerra.