If your business is engaging external suppliers, wants all the options but won't spend the required time or money with your IT group, it might be time to develop an organisational engagement strategy.
Stories by Lou Markstrom
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Amongst all the joy and festivities of the holidays, it can also be one of the most stressful and hectic times of the year.
The role of IT has changed from providing technology solutions to now driving business outcomes and strategy through the use of technology. This means the way we think of and define IT must now also change.
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The culture of your organisation will determine its success. It’s the environment that you create that is either supporting your vision, mission, goals, and purpose or it’s the environment that you are fighting against while pursuing these.
Last month, I talked about why there was never a better time to be an IT professional as the IT maturity curve reaches a new level.
There are now 12 critical core skills that need to be present in the members of your IT team and only one of those is technical.
How many of you woke up this morning thinking, ‘I can’t wait to start marketing IT’s value today!’ It sounds like a strange question but it’s a thought and an orientation that’s becoming more and more critical to IT organisations.
Understanding the human side of the IT equation is critical to the success of any IT professional. The ability to develop a feeling of connectedness and understanding is an important aspect of developing productive and trusted relationships.
Is your team operating at their optimal level of performance? Are they inspired? Motivated? Do they show up day to day in tune with a vision and purpose that they are excited about?
It’s that time of year. Work, shopping, parties, family and the list goes on and on. This joyous and festive time of year can very easily turn into overload, stress, and overwhelm you if you don’t manage your time effectively.
The world of IT leadership has changed; it’s no longer about keeping IT systems humming. It is now about the ability to lead high performance organisations that partner with the business to consistently deliver services.