Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The New Book “12 CIO Personas” Quote Collection II

This book “12 CIO Personas: The Digital CIO’s Situational Leadership Practices” is the extensive brainstorming and logical content expansion of my book “CIO Master: Unleash the Digital Potential of IT,” to reimagine and reinvent CIO leadership via practicing multitudes of digital influence.

29 “Continual Improvement” is the IT mantra in the digital era.

30 Digital transformation is an arduous journey with the long jump and it takes time and a real commitment to getter the higher level of digital maturity.

31 Making continuous improvement is the way how IT can improve itself, the business, the interrelation between IT and the business, to get digital ready.

32 CIOs are going to prepare for continuous digital disruptions, build changes as an ongoing business capability, and create some capacity to make changes.

33 The planning fallacy is common inside and outside of the business at both strategic and operational management level.

34 Running IT as the digital energizer is about accelerating business performance, unleashing business potential, and nurturing collective creativity.

35 Organization changes should be built into strong management practices.

36 Performance metrics are numbers in context, results related to the strategic goals of the business.

37 The goal to run a nonstop and real-time digital IT organization is to create business synergy and achieve digital synchronization of the entire organization.

38 A high-mature organization always looks for opportunities across the business to increase the usage of emergent digital technologies accordingly and charter the digital paradigm shift seamlessly.

39 The digital CIO needs to be the proactive, visible, and influential top business leaders.

40 IT continues to grow in importance to organizations, both operationally and as a competitive advantage.

41 CIOs need to lead the department with the balanced mindsets, activities, and speed so that every level of the organization has great working relationships with IT teams.

42 IT leadership needs to shift from “surviving to striving to thriving” mode; IT also needs to shift from “controlling to change to innovate.”

43 To Survive the fierce competition and thrive with the long-term business advantage involve more real-time planning, adjustment, and speed.

44 It is the time to better understand the digital evolution with zigzag patterns and harness its power to make a leap of human progress.

45 The digital CIO role is like the spinal cord for the organization.


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