Survival is certainly the top priority during a crisis – but it can’t be the sole focus, said Edmondo Robinson, MD, in this podcast. Leaders also need to focus on “what have we learned and how that learning should influence our strategy going forward.”
As workforce models continue to evolve, leaders need to “adjust their tactics and communication preferences to ensure teams remain engaged and have the tools they need to be successful,” said Michael Saad, CIO at University of Tennessee Medical Center.
In this podcast, BJ Moore talks about why Providence decided to combine IT and real estate, the new staffing model that he believes will “create more elasticity,” and why moving to the cloud is like “cleaning out your garage.”
The CDO role may differ from organization to the next in terms of structure, but the overall objective is the same: to bring together critical areas like IT, research informatics, and AI under one vertical and help drive transformation, says Mark Hulse.
In this podcast, CIO Laishy Williams-Carlson talks about the biggest takeaways from 2020, why she’s a big believer in guiding principles, and how her approach to being a female leader has evolved over the years.