Michael Elley weighs the pros and cons of being at both large and small organizations, how the CIO role has evolved in the past decade, and why it’s not realistic to create 5-year plans in today’s world.
For University of Utah Health Care, the journey toward becoming an integrated organization and achieving Most Wired Advanced recognition started with a roadmap that provided IT with much-needed direction, says CIO Jim Turnbull.
The Principles of IT don’t provide canned answers to the challenges CIOs encounter, but rather guidelines for how to apply critical-thinking and decision-making to IT and business operations, says Jonathan Etheridge.
When it comes to strategic planning, operational control, and resource management, health IT organizations can learn quite a bit from the Principles of War, says CIO Jonathan Etheridge.
What does it take to transform an IT organization? Start by standardizing processes, getting people to communicate more often, and shifting out of “fire-fighting mode,” says Barnabas Health CIO Luis Taveras.