The Chief Information Officer's Body of Knowledge by Dean Lane
People, Process, and Technology (Wiley CIO)

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Down to earth, real answers on how to manage technology—from renowned IT leaders

Filled with over thirty contributions from practitioners who handle both the day-to-day and longer term challenges that Information Technology (IT) departments and their parent businesses face, this hands-on, practical IT desk reference is written in lay terms for business people and IT personnel alike. Without jargon and lofty theories, this resource will help you assist your organization in addressing project risks in a global and interconnected world.Provides guidance on how business people and IT can work together to maximize business valueInsights from more than thirty leading IT expertsCommonsense, rational solutions for issues such as managing outsourcing relationships and operating IT as a business

Offering solutions for many of the problems CIOs face, this unique book addresses the Chief Information Officer's role in managing and running IT as a business, so the IT department may become a full strategic partner in the organization's crucial decisions.


About Dean Lane

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DEAN LANE is Senior Director of Information Technology at Symantec Corporation. Prior to joining Symantec, he served as a CIO four times at companies such as Plantronics, Masters Institute, and Allied Signal.
Published August 15, 2011 by Wiley. 336 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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