Oh I See! Getting CIOs to view their jobs from a different angle:

managing teams


April 28, 2013  4:26 PM

What is your ERP strategy?

Posted by: Arun Gupta
ERP strategy, Leadership, legacy systems, managing teams, People Management

Technology evolution has created many opportunities and challenges for IT departments. The pace of change in recent times has been going up exponentially with obsolescence setting in faster than the adoption curve maturity. Each new flavor, trend and hype creates a flurry of activity which forces...

November 20, 2012  6:38 AM

Upward delegation

Posted by: Arun Gupta
balancing strategic and operational IT, Changing role of the CIO, CIO, CIO role, leadership and the CIO, managing teams, Team management, Team management and the CIO, upward delegation

I had heard this term a long time back and then forgot about it; in those days my team was small and the activity largely technical. I wore professional pride on my sleeve proclaiming that I could solve any technical problem, well, almost any problem, within the many technology domains that I...

February 7, 2012  2:31 AM

Mediocre or hyper teams

Posted by: Arun Gupta
BITA, CIO, CIO as a business leader, effective CIO, managing teams, talent management

The number of IT professionals taking on to consulting after multiple changes is increasing. A lot of them were considered high potential when they worked within corporate IT functions. Some of them were also CIOs who chucked their cushy jobs to explore entrepreneurship. I started tracking down...

January 11, 2011  5:18 AM

Murphy at work!

Posted by: Arun Gupta
celebrating success, CIO, ITIL, managing teams, SDIM, types of CIO

Any festive season brings with it a sense of joy, bonhomie and general feel good factor. After all, there is a planned celebration, friends getting together, family reunions, and if nothing else, some quality time with the family. We all look forward to such occasions to come. Different reasons...


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