The Adventures of an IT Leader/ by Robert D. Austin.

By: Austin, Robert DContributor(s): Richard L. Nolan | Shannon O'DonnellPublisher: Boston: HBR Press, 2016Description: xiii, 328 Pages; Illustrations: 24cmISBN: 9781633691667Subject(s): Information TechnoogyDDC classification:
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Contents Copyright Introduction THE HERO CALLED TO ACTION The New CIO Challenges CIO Leadership THE ROAD OF TRIALS The Cost of The Value of Damage Communication THE HERO BREAKS THROUGH Emerging Technology Vendor Partnering Managing Talent Standardization and Innovation MASTER OF TWO WORLDS Project Management The Runaway Project IT Priorities IT and the Board of Directors THE HEROS ORDEAL Crisis Looking Forward Epilogue Notes Ways of UsingThis Book Acknowledgements Copyright
Abstract: This book was written in the style of 'The Goal' but fell short. Focused on IT problems of one company with concepts that would need to be reformed to match each real world situation of business. This is what a good case study should look like, not a novel.
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Contents
Copyright Introduction
THE HERO CALLED TO ACTION
The New
CIO Challenges
CIO Leadership
THE ROAD OF TRIALS
The Cost of
The Value of
Damage
Communication
THE HERO BREAKS THROUGH
Emerging Technology
Vendor Partnering
Managing Talent
Standardization and Innovation
MASTER OF TWO WORLDS

Project Management
The Runaway Project
IT Priorities
IT and the Board of Directors
THE HEROS ORDEAL
Crisis
Looking Forward
Epilogue
Notes Ways of UsingThis Book
Acknowledgements
Copyright

This book was written in the style of 'The Goal' but fell short. Focused on IT problems of one company with concepts that would need to be reformed to match each real world situation of business. This is what a good case study should look like, not a novel.

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