For CIOs, one of the most important skillsets is being able to articulate the organization’s vision and find people “who can deliver results,” said Rich Rogers. In this podcast, he also talked about what it takes to standardize care processes and transform vendor relationships.
Before any initiative is launched, two questions should be asked, according to Laura Marquez: “what are we missing and what did we not consider?” In this interview, she talks about the importance of collaboration and how she has worked to create a culture of safety.
As remote and hybrid models become the norm, the onus is on leaders to “find ways to collaborate and connect when we don’t pass each other in the hallway,” said Tracy Elmer, Chief Innovation Officer at TrueCare, who talked about the value of listening.
As CIOs strive to rethink business and service models to keep pace with increasing competition, two challenges weigh heavily on their minds: recruiting and retaining top talent, and safeguarding data, according to CIO interviews conducted by WittKieffer.
As tech leaders, we have a responsibility to attract the best talent to our teams – including women, says Michael Saad, CIO at University of Tennessee Medical Center. In this blog, he talks about the hurdles women face in technology, and how leaders can break them down.