Creating a culture in which individuals feel empowered to raise their hands – and leaders are willing to admit when a strategy isn’t working – is one of the keys to successful adaptive risk management, according to our panelists.
“When you’re a physician and you’re put into a leadership role, there’s not a great training pathway for that,” says Dirk Stanley. In this interview, he talks about why he started a blog, the CMIO’s role as translator, and the moment his career changed.
Creating a culture of cybersecurity starts by breaking down the walls separating departments that should be working in partnership, says CISO Teresa Tonthat, who talks about how Texas Children’s has flipped the script.
The key to gaining buy-in from senior leadership for cybersecurity solutions is in being able to identify the biggest risks and explain how they can be mitigated, said Patrick Voon and Aaron Miri during a recent webinar. “Be as transparent as possible.”
It’s not enough to survive Covid; if organizations want to stay “healthy,” leaders need to “make sure we’re digitally transformed,” according to CIO BJ Moore, who discusses his team’s strategy in this interview.