Laughing at the CIO; A Parable and Prescription for IT Leadership by Bob Boiko

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While many firms focus most on the technological aspects of the information technology (IT) equation, this guide shows that success requires attention to the information itself. Using an instructive business parable, a set of guiding principles is presented; their implementation can be used to effectively build and manage an IT department in any company, large or small. From CEOs and chief information officers (CIOs) to managers who want to become information leaders within their organizations, business leaders will learn how to see the big picture, identify practical goals and solutions, work with staff to build systems that work, and turn information into a powerful corporate asset.

About Bob Boiko

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Bob Boiko is the founder and president of Metatorial Services Inc., a faculty member of the University of Washington Information School, and the author of Content Management Bible. He is a cofounder of CM Professionals, the first and only content management organization for practitioners. He lives in Seattle, Washington.
Published June 19, 2007 by Information Today, Inc.. 224 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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