Feature The board expects the CIO to be a critical agent for business change. Be ready to address these tricky, timely questions to assure your board that IT is being led in the right direction.
Feature CIOs are increasingly embracing the servant leadership approach. The following tips will help you balance top-down direction and accountability with bottom-up empowerment.
Feature The Great Resignation has ushered out command-and-control style leadership in favor of empathy and empowerment. These tech leaders put those principles into practice.
Feature To navigate the pandemic, IT leaders have had to rethink team relationships and jury-rig new ways of getting work done. Here’s what they think will stick once the pandemic upheaval subsides.
Feature Today’s CIOs-in-waiting are taking charge of their career prospects by leading transformational projects, filling in experience gaps, and enlisting networks and coaches for opportunities and polish.
Feature Volunteer work can help lend new purpose and breathe new life into your IT career, say senior tech leaders who have offered their skills for meaningful community tech and STEM projects.
Feature From smaller teams, to video tech that creates more equitable meetings, to a rebalanced brain trust in the office, CIOs are trying out new approaches to IT teamwork.
Feature From offering meaningful work to embracing hybrid environments, CIOs whose organizations have established virtuous IT recruiting cycles share tips on how to consistently attract IT talent.
Feature CIOs are pushing for new approaches to innovation to meet the opportunities and challenges of a business landscape forever changed by the past year’s pandemic.
Feature The past year has accelerated the need for CIOs to become business leaders. Here’s how many IT chiefs will undercut their ability to step up to the challenges ahead.
Feature With shorter chains of command and by ‘not shooting for perfection,’ CIOs are emerging from the chaos of 2020 with higher-performing technology teams.
Feature Almost two-thirds of companies now interview, hire and onboard entirely remotely — and it’s yielding some positive results. IT leaders who are hiring aggressively lend insights into the new paradigm.
Feature No one-size nightmare fits all, but CIOs share many of the same concerns about securing the enterprise, automating work processes and retaining customers for the long haul.
Feature IT executives will face unique challenges when employees begin returning to the workplace. Here are seven key questions every CIO must answer in devising their optimal plan.