Learning From Landmines: How Adversity Builds Better Leaders

While it would be great to avoid career landmines, the experience can strengthen a CIO’s leadership skills and help better position the organization for future challenges, says Chris Wierz of Witt/Kieffer.

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Career Moments: How To Climb The Ladder While Walking The Floors

The importance of networking at a conference cannot be overstated, says Witt/Kieffer’s Zachary Durst, who provides steps on how to put yourself out there at HIMSS, whether you’re searching for a job or just looking.

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The CNIO’s Turn, Part 2: Making The Case For Nursing Leadership

As organizations are leveraging analytics to improve care and lower costs, it’s not just the CIO playing a key role in that transformation, but nursing leaders as well, says Chris Wierz of Witt/Kieffer.

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The CNIO’s Turn, Part 1: An Evolution From Bedside To Boardroom

With technology playing a bigger role than ever in how care is delivered, it’s no surprise that CNIOs are growing in number, says Chris Wierz, who looks at how the role has changed and the skillset needed to succeed in it.

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Hodges, McCleese Among Leaders Honored at CHIME16

Linda Hodges, a former executive search consultant who placed numerous CIOs, and Randy McCleese, who has been a leader in advocacy efforts, were among those recognized at the CHIME16 Fall Forum for their efforts in advancing the industry.

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