If you want to drive change, it’s not enough simply to be bought into the organization’s strategy – CIOs have to be “true believers” who can spread the word to others, says Tim Stettheimer.
By collaborating with organizations that differ from your own in terms of size, scope and location, leaders create an opportunity not just to improve, but to truly innovate, says Tim Stettheimer.
Today’s CIO has to know the business at a deeper level than ever before, says Tim Stettheimer, who talks about the evolving CIO role, the value of face-to-face conversations, and the keys to staff retention.
The fundamental starting point for any CIO? “You have to care about the organization and the people ,” says Tim Stettheimer, who discusses the value of showing gratitude, the question all leaders should ask, and the need for self-awareness.
Maintaining a strong leadership presence at a large organization may not be easy, but it’s critical, says Tim Stettheimer, who talks about how he strives to stay “plugged in” and offers tips on how to initiate conversations.