CIO Bill Rieger identifies the two leadership traps that leaders can fall into — ego and insecurity, and explains how to avoid the devastating effects they could have on the culture of your organization.
After weeks of watching Cam Newton show up opponents, Kate Huvane Gamble expected to feel nothing but joy when he got his just desserts. But then, something shifted.
If you leave the people who know what the market wants out of key discussions about product development, you’re doing both them – and your organization – a huge disservice, says Anthony Guerra.
22 years at Northwestern
First corporate CIO — “We needed better information.”
New expectations for the CIO
Taking on non-IT tasks — “It helped my credibility as a leader.”
Early automation challenges
Building trust — “I’m not walking away until this is right.”