CIO Leadership in Periods of Disruption - Challenges and Opportunities for CIOs and their Teams

Martina Stauch in: IT Management - Best Practices for CIOs

Now, more than ever, in these times of digitalization and globally disruptive competitors and business models, the technical units in companies must keep up with developments in the market. We see this as a great opportunity to further develop and redefine the CIO role.

In this article you learn:

  • to what extent the CIO not only operates as an executive body, but can also take on a key strategic role for new business units in his/her company.
  • what obstacles stand in the way of CIOs taking an active role in companies and how to overcome these barriers.
  • Best Practice examples of reputable CIOs.

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IT-Management
Best Practices für CIOs
Michael Lang (Hrsg.)
69,95 €
ISBN 978-3-11-054303-2

www.deutscher-apotheker-verlag.de

About the Book: IT Management - Best Practices for CIOs

Michael Lang (ed.)

In the 15 contributions in this book, you will find practical knowledge about the most important topics in today’s IT management. More than ever, IT solutions decide the manner in which companies earn money. Herein lies the excellent potential for business and innovation in companies. CIOs need new thought processes and approaches to solutions in order to master the challenges of today and to create value from new IT prospects in light of increasingly complex dynamics and shorter innovation cycles.

24 experienced IT management experts authored this book. Publisher Dr. Michael Lang is an executive at one of the largest IT service providers in Europe, a lecturer for project and IT management and publisher of other reference books.

The Role of the Chief Information Officer as Leader

Martina Stauch in: CIO 3.0 – The New Role of the IT Manager

Today, IT is one of the key factors when talking about sustainable growth in companies. Therefore, the CIO role is becoming more and more important. The CIO is not only responsible for merely providing the infrastructure, he/she and his/her team largely shape the future of the company. In this article, you will learn:

  • The meaning of visions and how these help inspire and motivate employees
  • The roles that a CIO must fill today in order to be successful: from Chief Information Officer to Chief Innovation Officer, from Chief Integrity Officer to Chief Inspiration Officer
  • How reputable CIOs define their leadership roles and successfully realize their visions

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CIO 3.0
Die neue Rolle des IT-Managers
Michael Lang (Hrsg.)
47,79 €
ISBN: 978-3-86329-652

www.symposion.de

About the Book: CIO 3.0 – The New Role of the IT Manager

Michael Lang (ed.)

IT managers today work in a challenging professional environment. Complexity in the business world is increasing, and at the same time, IT must make an ever greater contribution. For IT managers, this not only means special technical problems, but also more and more new strategic and legal issues as well as managerial challenges.

In order to continually improve the professionalism of IT managers, this book is dedicated to the currently most important areas of activity for IT executives:

  • IT strategy
  • Career and responsibilities of IT managers
  • New leadership challenges with agility and co.

The authors, distinguished scientists, experienced IT management consultants and coaches, as well as lawyers, are researching, among other things, how to develop a successful IT strategy and to provide proof for the IT value proposition. Furthermore, they cover topics such as career enhancement, CIO liability, leadership or agility.

The CIO Guide Series from Symposion Publishing

Professors, CIOs and executives from the following organizations have worked together on the four published books so far:

Professors from the following Universities/Colleges

St. Gallen, Aachen, Munich, Mannheim, Stuttgart, Erlangen, Nuremberg, Göttingen, Kassel, Karlsruhe, Osnabrück, Berlin, Innsbruck, Brandenburg, Bochum, Frankfurt, Neu-Ulm, Zürich

CIOs from the following companies

RWE, Porsche, Danone, DHL, Sto, ERGO, DWS Investment, Heidelberg Cement, T-Systems, Haniel, Lufthansa Cargo executives

Partner and other senior executives from the following IT consulting companies

Gartner, IBM, Horváth & Partner, KPMG, Capgemini, Detecon International, Cirquent, Arthur D. Little, Senacor Technologies, Kienbaum, SAP Consulting, IDC, Booz & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Ernst & Young