In our complex professional world, there is no blanket advice that works for every situation. That’s why Kate Huvane Gamble deliberately seeks out different opinions – even those that contradict each other.
From opening a community-based IT office to reduce unnecessary travel to continuing to maintain a healthy work-life balance, CIO John Halamka provides his guiding principles for keeping life in order in 2016.
Policy leadership changes
Mari Savickis & Leslie Kriegstein — “True rock stars in the industry.”
“Critique by itself can be just construed as complaining.”
CHIME Technologies — “Focusing on new and innovative areas.”
2015 Fall Forum
“We’ve made a big effort to make it not only extremely valuable, but also extremely relaxing.”
CIO 3.0 — “Everyone has to up their game.”
A culture of innovation
Staff retention challenges
Benefits of being small — “We can empower people to use innovation as a driver.”
At Metro since 1996
CIOs & project management
Importance of ownership — “We’re all held empowered and accountable.”
[Editor’s Note: This piece was originally published on Culture Infusion, a leadership-focused blog co-founded by Bill Rieger, CIO, Flagler Hospital, and Chris Walden, Director of Information Systems, Health First. Kate was asked to be a guest columnist.] When Bill and Chris asked me to write a piece for Culture Infusion, I was extremely honored. I’ve […]