CIO Magazine: May 1, 2009

Winners of the 2009 Ones to Watch Awards

Honoring the next generation of IT leaders and the CIOs who have fostered their talents

The Judges of the 2009 Ones to Watch Awards

Introducing the esteemed panel of judges, drawn from the ranks of the CIO Executive Council, who judged the 2009 awards


Forging Good Leaders in Bad Times

Leadership development doesn't stop when the going gets tough. If anything, investing in the next generation matters now more than ever.

Singing in the Lifeboats

Even in a tough economy, CIOs need to remain optimistic and continue to develop future leaders

Growing Gen-Y Leaders

Why you need to give your millennials real leadership responsibilities.

Benchmark Your Executive Leadership Skills

A shortened public version of the private tool available to CIO Executive Council members that evaluates your relative strengths across nine different leadership competencies and compares your scores to those of others.

How to attract Next-Gen IT Workers

To begin filling the gaps that retirement will cause, CIOs need to make IT careers exciting for the youth in their communities, forging partnerships with colleges, middle schools and private programs.

How Managers Can Connect with Generation Y

Purdue CIO Gerry MecCartney advises constant feedback, questioning old rules and framing responsibility and mission for Millennial IT staff

New Technology in a Down Economy

Even in a tough economy, people are still turning to technology and science to better the world and drive business value.

Desktop Management: How UnitedHealth Used Standardization to Cut Costs

UnitedHealth Group's Hercules program helped manage growth through acquisition and save money by standardizing desktop management

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