When organizations go the extra mile to ease the transition for new hires, it sets the tone for a successful relationship, says Kate Gamble, who shares anecdotes from those who have had positive – and negative – onboarding experiences.
Topics like digital health and innovation are certainly click-worthy, particularly in the age of technology. But for healthsystemCIO’s readers, the most important buzzword in 2019 was leadership, says Kate Gamble, who reveals the most popular interviews from 2019.
The key isn’t to suffer through the difficult, dreaded tasks we all face – or to ignore them. Rather, we need to find a way to make them manageable by making allies, says Anthony Guerra.
Sometimes the most effective way to help develop staff is to take them away from the day to day, says CIO Mathew Gaug, who talks about why he’s a firm believer in cross-training and rounding.
Although motivating the staff and being able to translate IT speak are critical attributes in CIOs, perhaps the most important is “being transparent with the resources you’re given,” says William Walders, who talks about his experience.