Leadership

Should There be an IT Leadership Maturity Model?

Should There be an IT Leadership Maturity Model?

If there are maturity models for the technology paradigms IT leaders adopt, wouldn’t it be possible to develop a maturity model for IT Leadership as well? That is, an IT Leadership maturity model that would help CIOs and their lieutenants to measure their current state and chart a path forward for them to improve and become more successful and effective. What would such a maturity model look like? How realistic is it to expect humans to follow a structured path like a maturity model, in order to acquire the competencies and experience suggested by such models? Could a “one size fits all” standard maturity model be created?

Contributors

    • Allan Hackney, SVP & Chief Information Officer, John Hancock Financial Services
    • Tim Cook, Co-lead Information Officers Practice in the UK, Russell Reynolds

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Contributors

Allan Hackney

Allan Hackney, SVP & Chief Information Officer, John Hancock Financial Services

Allan Hackney is SVP & Chief Information Officer – John Hancock Financial Services with oversight of the company’s technical teams. In this role, Allan is accountable for developing and executing strategies that increase productivit... More   View all posts
Tim Cook

Tim Cook, Co-lead Information Officers Practice in the UK, Russell Reynolds

Tim Cook co-leads the firm's Information Officers Practice and runs the HR Practice in London. He conducts senior-level assignments within the technology sector, with a particular focus on CIO & HR roles. He has over 10 years of executi... More   View all posts
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