Leadership

Customizing Leadership Development

Customizing Leadership Development

Each organization has its DNA, competitive forces, and legacies. Lessons learned from celebrated leaders and their professed best practices may be completely inapplicable in a different corporate context and thus, may not produce the desired results if used as is. How can we decode the organizational DNA and use it to customize leadership development for best outcome?

Contributors

    • Daren Hubbard, Chief Information Officer, Wayne State University
    • John Kolb, Vice President for Information Services and Technology & Chief Information Officer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

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Contributors

Daren Hubbard

Daren Hubbard, Chief Information Officer, Wayne State University

Daren Hubbard is currently Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President for computing and information technology at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Wayne State University is a large urban research university with the... More   View all posts
John Kolb

John Kolb, Vice President for Information Services and Technology & Chief Information Officer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

As Vice President for Information Services and Technology and Chief Information Officer, John E. Kolb provides leadership for strategic planning in the acquisition, use, and growth of Rensselaer’s campus-wide information resources, servic... More   View all posts
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