Information Technology Management with a Purpose:

relationship with management

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March 18, 2014  6:59 AM

When Companies Hibernate



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
best practices, business value, coordination with management, decision making, project approval process, relationship with management, time management, top management buy-in, user buy-in

I often come across companies that start IT projects with all fanfare, complete the initial tasks but cool off later. I first enquire, then nudge them and finally try persuading the folks to...

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...


February 6, 2012  3:44 AM

When your vendor sneaks in from the top



Posted by: S R Balasubramanian
project approval process, relationship with management, top management, vendor deception, vendor management

In my last article I had written about vendors who sometimes bypass the CIOs to connect with the CEOs or business managers to solicit business. It was wonderful to...


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