For better or worse, it’s ultimately the people at the top who determine the culture, direction, and values of a company, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about the dangers of toxic and absentee leadership.
At some point in our careers, most of us have hit a low point – or even rock bottom. What distinguishes successful individuals is the ability to learn from the experience, says Kate Gamble.
The larger the organization, the more difficult it becomes to manage IT requests and ensure initiatives align with the organization’s strategic vision. That, says CIO Tom Barnett, is where advisory councils come into play.
No one likes being ‘had,’ whether it’s an unpaid debt or services not provided, but sometimes the wiser move is to swallow your pride and walk away, says Anthony Guerra.
Having an establishing set of core values not only helps ensure all team members are working toward a common goal; it also aids in creating “a culture of accountability,” says CIO Michael Saad.