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A Tale of Two CIOs: One “Managed Change” While the Other Skyrocketed Productivity
Blogger's note: this piece is reblogged from The Cutter Consortium. I originally wrote it for their Business Technology Strategies Email Advisor, July 2012. CIOs sit between a rock and hard place. On one hand, the already ridiculous pace of change continues accelerating. Then the C-suite hands down more numbers you must meet for the business to succeed. On the other...

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Posted on 02/23/2014 01:53 am | No Comments
From Shame to Responsibility—How a CIO Finds Freedom
Last week in Mexico a CIO courageously told me and the roomful of people I had just introduced to Responsibility Redefined™ that my presentation showed him the way to freedom from his shame. Out of respect, I won't tell you which presentation in which city (I addressed four groups in three days), but here's his story... I'll repeat his words...

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Posted on 06/30/2008 05:16 pm | No Comments
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