I’ve invited a few CIOs and other provider-side executives to blog on my site, sharing their experience, insights and expertise with my readers. Some of those bloggers post their own copy, which I read for the first time with everyone else after it’s gone live. Others, however, prefer a more collaborative approach, running ideas by me for feedback.
One of those is Jorge Grillo, CIO of the Bermuda Hospitals Board. Recently, Grillo threw out a few ideas for his next post after relating that he’d taken a new CIO role in the states, adding he’d try to send me a few blogs before the big move. But rather than endorse one of his more traditional CIO-ish topics, I suggested his recent decision to switch jobs might contain great fodder for a post. Read the rest of this column at Information Week.