Money talks, but it isn’t always the loudest voice, according to a healthsystemCIO survey, which found that healthcare IT executives tend to value organizational culture over salary when searching for jobs.
Despite the hurdles that always seem to stand in the way, the large majority of CIOs achieved their biggest goals in 2016, and have set their sights higher for next year, according to our SnapSurvey.
The work may not be slowing down, but CIOs are — and they’re encouraging their staff do the same, according to healthsystemCIO.com’s SnapSurvey, which looked at trends when it comes to vacation time.
Even CIOs who aren’t actively seeking a new position are open to opportunities, according to a SnapSurvey, which cited frustration with the current organization and the need for a new challenge as key motivators.
If you want to make lean work for your organization, be prepared to huddle up. According to the September healthsystemCIO.com SnapSurvey, in which the majority of respondents said their organizations have implemented lean methodologies, several CIOs identified daily huddles as a key to achieving benefits such as improved processes and increased staff engagement. “It kept […]