After the first six months in a new leadership role – which often feels more like a sprint than a marathon – it’s time to hit your stride, says CIO Ed Marx, who provides guidance on everything from remaining visible to managing up.
Contrary to what some believe, allowing people to work remotely can actually boost productivity, says Kate Gamble, who finds it to be ‘liberating.’
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.
Taking ownership of your career can be one of the most important moves you’ll ever make, says Sue Schade, who recalls the moment she knew it was time to craft a new game plan.
As outside influences continue to disrupt healthcare, a number of technology leadership roles will emerge, and it’s part of the CIO’s job to help define new professional development paths, say our panelists.