The primary objectives of a project management office are to get everyone on the same page and incorporate a continual self-evaluation process, says Sue Schade, who offers tips on what has worked for her team.
It’s always a good sign when an upgrade is uneventful, says CIO Sue Schade, who discusses the critical steps her team took on both the vendor and clients sides to ensure a successful go-live.
In a high-pressure environment like health IT, learning how to manage stress is critical both for leaders and their staff, says Sue Schade, who offers some learnings from a recent town hall.
Whether a project is relatively simple or messy and complex, it needs a clear owner who can facilitate a solid communication strategy, says CIO Sue Schade.
No matter how high the demands for IT get — and they can be downright insatiable — the “yes machine” can’t continue without some tradeoffs, says CIO Sue Schade.