Nothing should be more important than the next generation of leaders. The future success of your business, after all, depends on the ability of your organisation to identify new people that can take on new responsibilities and inspire others.
It is, therefore, both encouraging – and concerning – that leadership development for senior managers has, . . . → Read More: Senior executives are finally waking up to next-generation leadership
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
It’s the debate of the moment (in fact, it’s always the debate of the moment). The UK industry, so the research suggests, is heading for an abyss.
There’s a lack of talented people entering IT and too few really talented technology staffers that are capable of becoming CIOs. Recent headline research suggests:
Bookmark on Delicious . . . → Read More: Is there a UK IT skills shortage?
It’s one thing wanting to become a CIO; it’s quite another managing to climb the greasy pole. Thankfully, there are sources of advice that can help you reach your goal.
Below, we present the 15 best articles from 2010 on next-generation leadership for CIOs. The list is in no particular order and draws on a . . . → Read More: 15 best articles from 2010 on next-generation leadership