You’ve finally got the job you always wanted – you’re CIO at a good organisation, with a direct line to the board and good support from the chief executive.
Good for you, but what about the rest of your team? Do you ever give a second’s thought for who comes next, or are you singularly . . . → Read More: Five tips to help a CIO prioritise succession planning
Have you bought an Apple iPad? Are you thinking about buying a Samsung Galaxy Tab? Maybe you think the whole move towards tablet devices is nothing more than a marketing exercise?
Well, medical device specialist Medtronic is probably one of the earliest and biggest corporate buyers of Apple iPad. ComputerWorld reports that CIO Michael Hedges . . . → Read More: Is Apple iPad an expensive marketing gimmick?
There’s a lot of talk about line-of-business and how executives from different areas have to listen, and then play, to the demands of leaders from other areas. That’s true but the status quo is also more subtle than that.
Rather than just listening, the modern line-of-business executive has to operate across multiple areas. CIOs, for . . . → Read More: The rise of the executive generalist