Leadership

The IT Leader Predicament

The IT Leader Predicament

For IT leaders, saying Yes to ever increasing business demands makes their workload unmanageable and saying No earns them a bad name. Is there a way out? What strategies for work acceptance, prioritization, allocation, and execution can help them get out of this predicament and keep delivering value to the business?

Contributors

    • Brian Stewart, Deputy CIO and Director of Business Transformation , University of Alberta
    • Michael Dellinger, Chief Information Officer, City of Tulsa

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Contributors

Brian Stewart

Brian Stewart, Deputy CIO and Director of Business Transformation , University of Alberta

Brian Stewart is the Deputy CIO and Director of Business Transformation at the University of Alberta. His role is to provide strategic leadership, vision, and direction for the central IT department, Information Services, and Technology. Br... More   View all posts
Michael Dellinger

Michael Dellinger, Chief Information Officer, City of Tulsa

Michael Dellinger has over 25 years’ experience in effective Software and Information Technology Management. He currently serves as the Chief Information Officer for the City of Tulsa. During his time as CIO, he has successfully transfo... More   View all posts
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