An aggressive, assertive, and high-visibility CIO tends to redirect recognition from those who execute the details and stifle team spirit, resulting in frustration and dissatisfaction. On the other hand, a CIO who appears reticent and takes time to delegate responsibility and build and nurture future leadership talent, may be perceived as being inattentive to business and lacking leadership him/herself, resulting in a vote of no confidence by management. How does a CIO solve this dilemma?
- Jeffrey Pfeffer, Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior, the Graduate School of Business, Stanford
- Controlling Cloud Security Through Continuous Visibility
- Turning IT’s focus from Visibility to Value
- Future-focused Leadership
- The Future of IT Leadership
- Does your Leadership Pass the Audition?
- Identifying and Enabling the Skills of the Future
- Building Future Leaders for Hybrid Work Environment
- Are CIOs ready for the IT Workforce of the Future?