Although it’s easy to point the finger at IT when technology doesn’t work (or doesn’t work the way we expect it to), if we don’t take the time to provide feedback, we deserve just as much blame, says Sue Schade.
If you really think about it, you’re probably negotiating with someone about something every day, says Sue Schade, who provides helpful advice on how to negotiate a number of scenarios as effectively as possible.
Rather than pushing back when asked to reduce costs, CIOs should see it as an opportunity to transform IT, says Sue Schade. One way to do that? Through “selective outsourcing.”
Events like HIMSS are a great opportunity for networking, education, and sharing best practices. But more importantly, it’s a reminder of “why our work matters and how much more work we need to do,” says Sue Schade.
Whether the idea of striking up conversations with strangers excites you or scares you, it has to be done at events like HIMSS19, says Sue Schade, who offers practical advice on how to approach uncomfortable situations.