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

Team management

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April 7, 2013  9:05 PM

That critical resource



Posted by: Arun Gupta
Critcal resource, Leadership, Team management

He was passion personified and loved what he did; on most days he would be the first to arrive and the last to leave. For him there were seven days in a week which just rolled along, rarely he took even the weekends off. Meal times whether breakfast, lunch or supper happened on the move whenever a...

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 28, 2012  9:19 AM

The story teller



Posted by: Arun Gupta
CIO, CIO and the team, Leadership, Team management, team work

Last week I was at a CIO conference with 80 odd CIOs representing junior and senior CIOs across verticals. Amongst other sessions, fun and networking, some vendor sales pitches, the big draw was a small contest run by the organizers titled, “My success story”. It was more than elevator pitch...


April 5, 2011  5:22 AM

Making it stick



Posted by: Arun Gupta
Collaboration, SLA, Team management, Team management and the CIO, Teamwork

An intense debate was on, on how we ensure team alignment across the different organizational units that form a work group within an enterprise. As the discussion moved towards pinning...


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