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January 22, 2014  6:38 AM

Managing Pulls and Pressures in the Organization



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
change management, CIO career development, CIO challenges, CIO ethics, CIO judgment, CIO leadership qualities, CIO role, job ethics, relationship with management

The position of CIO in any organization is a challenging one. He has to deal with various people within and especially his seniors. He derives his powers from the defined set of duties and responsibilities assigned to him and the support...

September 17, 2012  5:13 AM

Your seven-point self renewal formula



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
CIO and workload, CIO career development, CIO challenges, CIO leadership, CIO role, CIO skills, CIO’s busy schedule, CIO’s role, education

The job of a CIO is not an easy one. While on one hand he is expected to be proactive in


August 21, 2012  3:48 AM

Professional development of CIOs



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
business benefits, business IT alignment (BITA), business strategy, career skills, CIO career, CIO career development, CIO leadership, education

I had the opportunity to develop and mentor quite a few of my junior colleagues over the years. Many of them progressed well and some of them really rose higher and took up position of greater responsibilities. I realized that some of them had innate qualities and traits like forward thinking,...


July 10, 2012  3:46 AM

How to market ‘CIO as a service’



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
CIO as a service, CIO career, CIO career development, CIO leadership

As discussed in my earlier notes, the concept of ‘


February 13, 2012  8:50 AM

Succession planning by CIOs



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
CIO career development, Job hopping; employee attrition, replacement planning, succession planning

This term has been talked about for a long time in the corporate circles but has been practiced more in breach than in compliance. This subject has got attention again as a part of

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