The Answer Is Yes… And No

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.

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Keeping Your Equanimity in 2016

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.

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Russell Branzell, President & CEO, CHIME, Chapter 2

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.”

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Bill Lewkowski, Executive VP & CIO, Metro Health, Chapter 3

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.”
Work-life balance

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Put Down The Phone And Walk Away

[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 […]

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