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Becoming the Sensei of an IT Dojo

CXO - Becoming the Sensei of an IT Dojo

 

Comparing IT with martial arts is not far fetched. Think of it this way… Each member of an IT crew should be an agile thinker, have team spirit, and should be able to courageously fight IT’s daily battles. However, whether the team member is leadership, mid-management, or an operational member, everyone enters the IT dojo with their own strengths in terms of background, personality, aspirations, apprehensions, etc. How can IT leadership, become a Sensei in the true sense, and help its people achieve their optimum performance level (i.e., their respective IT ‘black belts’)?

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Bruce Carver

Bruce Carver, CIO, Cummins, Inc.

Bruce Carver is Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Cummins Inc. Cummins, a global power leader, is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service engines and related technologies.... More   View all posts
Tom Pyke

Tom Pyke, CIO, US Department of Energy

Tom Pyke manages the IT resources of the US Department of Energy, with an annual IT budget of $2.1 billion. Before joining the Department of Energy, Tom was the CIO of the Department of Commerce (2001 to 2005) with an IT career spanning ove... More   View all posts
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