Worthwhile Reading
Best Practices for Leading an 'A Team'
You don't have to be the smartest person in the room to become an effective team leader.
Baseline Magazine, July 2014
Insecure Communications Costly For Hospitals
Even one insecure text message can be expensive, as one North Carolina facility discovered. It's time for healthcare organizations to implement efficient, secure communication systems.
InformationWeek Healthcare, July 28, 2014
Behind The Rise of the Chief Data Officer
Capital One, the Federal Reserve, Google, New York City and the U.S. Army all have at least one thing in common: they each employ a chief data officer to oversee their big data programs.
Information Management, July 24, 2014
The 'always-on' IT culture: Get used to it
Around-the-clock accessibility is now expected for a broad range of IT roles. Here's how to cope.
Computerworld, April 7, 2014
How You Can Enhance Your Executive Presence
Being an organizational power player is definitely not an entry-level job. And to become such as player, you have to offer more than strong technology skills
Baseline Magazine, June 26, 2014
The Three Keys to IT and Business Integration
If you want to successfully integrate IT into the business, you have to add value as a business partner, develop a reputation for being easy to work with and be likable.
CIO Insight, June 2014
Companies Offer More Workplace Flexibility
A growing number of organizations are now providing more flexibility about when and where their employees work, according to a recent survey from the Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Baseline Magazine, June 2014
10 Things That All Great Project Managers Do
The numbers are not kind: An estimated one-half of IT projects fail, according to industry research.
CIO Insight, June 16, 2014
3 Underappreciated IT Leadership Skills
What sort of IT leaders do we need for the 21st century? Here's what CIOs of leading companies in Silicon Valley say.
Information Week, July 14, 2014
Business Innovation Lessons From NASA
The Saturn V moon rocket, designed to fly Apollo astronauts to the moon, was 363 feet tall and was one of the most powerful rockets ever built. Yet, just eight years before the launch, NASA's leadership and engineers were intimidated by President Kennedy's 1961 declaration that we would land Americans on the moon by the end of the decade. Later, they'd confess that in those early days, they "did not even know what they did not know."
Baseline Magazine, May 15, 2014