The CIO Playbook - Listening to the Stories of Others

The CIO Playbook – Listening to the Stories of Others

Listening is one of the most underrated skills required of a great CIO. But if we consider the impact of empathy, communication, and translation have on our success on a project and in our careers-- we'll step back and focus ...
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The CIO Playbook - Using Financial Levers to Drive Change

The CIO Playbook – Using Financial Levers to Drive Change

The best people and ideas still need funding to make an impact. In this episode of the Integris Applied Thought Leadership Series, Chris Payne touches on a few of the ways CIOs can think differently about the financial side of ...
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The CIO Playbook - The Four Forces of Government Change

The CIO Playbook – The Four Forces of Government Change

The job of a CIO is complex, and focusing your energy on the most important activities is paramount. To that end, we've created a model that represents the factors we believe have the greatest impact on your ability to create ...
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Four Forces and CIO Playbook Preview

Four Forces and CIO Playbook Preview

Ever wish you had a roadmap that set out a clear path for you to operate as a technology leader? That's exactly what we set out to do, partnering with NASCIO on a research-based, practical framework that State CIOs can ...
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Five MSI Myths Overheard at Outsourcing World Summit 2019 - blog

Five MSI Myths Overheard at Outsourcing World Summit 2019 – blog

A couple of weeks ago I attended the IAOP1 Outsourcing World Summit (OWS19) in Orlando.  It was an excellent event that brought together a diverse cross-section of outsourcing professionals in an environment of communication and cooperation.  The presentations were thought-provoking and ...
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