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Higher Education and Academic Medical Centers: Planning for Change
By David Hemingson
For decision-makers in higher ed and academic medical centers, heading back to school means facing a whole new set of economic, regulatory and service delivery challenges. New market entrants and shifts in policy put much of the accepted way of doing things up for debate. How to ace the test? Understand your current state and embrace the need for change.
Creating and Sustaining Positive Change in Your First Year as CIO
By Cynthia Batty and
The disruptor, the change leader, the transformationalist. A new CIO has many monikers — and expectations — to live up to, expectations changing so fast it can be disorienting. But by engaging with both internal and external stakeholders, knowing IT's role in the overall business strategy and acting in a way that facilitates continuous and overlapping waves of transformation, a new CIO can quickly find his or her bearings and make the kind of progress most needed by today's enterprise.
Designing a Forward-Looking Workforce Strategy
Over the past few decades, global sourcing of technology talent has enabled geographically distributed companies to build a workforce that gives them the capacity and capability to launch new businesses, roll out new products, expand into new markets and significantly improve their overall value proposition.