Although the CIO position is largely strategic, it’s critical to stay in touch with everything that happens in IT from an operational perspective, says Ed Marx. One way to do that? Through daily huddles.
In today’s rapidly changing environment, leaders don’t just need a handbook – they need to make sure everyone is on the same page, says Anthony Guerra.
Sometimes all it takes is a little push outside the comfort zone to show team members what they’re capable of, says CIO Scott Vachon, who talks about finding “hidden gems.”
With healthcare revenues under more pressure than ever, it’s vital that leaders find ways to reduce operating costs – both now and in the future, says Bill Russell, who provides guidance on how to do that.
Can implementing an IT University help your organization improve processes, prioritize more effectively, and increase morale? Yes, if designed and operationalized the right way, says Bill Russell.