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on 3 December 2013
Don't let the use of CIO in the title put you off, if you want or perhaps need to get IT and Information Systems working to add value in your organisation then this is an essential starting point.

The focus here has nothing to do with whether you should buy a crate of tablets to replace desktop boxes, or to embrace the current BYOD wave; This is about getting he business to recognise the importance of all department working together to pull business up and forward.

As with all good books of this ilk, it's common sense in the end - if you don't use the tools and skillset that you already have in place then you're ignoring an asset and opportunity that your company might not survive to regret.

Buy it, read it and pass it on to those around you.
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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 13 February 2012
As technology changes, corporations must constantly relearn how to operate in a complex information environment. Chief information officers (CIOs) can make the difference between success and failure for their companies. Few know the world of CIOs better than IT executive Hunter Muller, who presents an impassioned - if pedestrianly written - manifesto on the importance of CIOs as agents of corporate transformational change. He interviewed numerous CIOs and thoroughly presents their opinions and some rare, real-world guidance. getAbstract recommends this thought-provoking book to CIOs and other IT professionals and suppliers.
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on 13 September 2013
Really to the point - testimony from CIOs and great tips and anecdotes on the application of leadership techniques. Whether one is a CIO or not, the techniques for transformational leadership apply across industry sectors and business cultures.
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