This is the practical survival guide for every CIO and IT manager who is fighting the battle to do more with less. Covers everything from budgeting and measuring, to planning, sourcing, and architecture. Each chapter is introduced with a real-life story that shows how the common themes that have emerged from each author's unique experiences are related. The critical skills that every IT manager needs to master are covered in detail with real-life insights and practical examples. Whether your IT organization is wrestling with outsourcing maintenance issues, or critical infrastructure problems, the solutions you need can be found in this book.
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What it takes to be a truly great CIO... from the IT leaders who know best
What does it take to get to the top in IT today, stay there, and thrive? How do you realign IT to maximize business value, and become a full strategic partner in the organization's most crucial decisions? CIO Wisdom brings together answers from 20 of the world's most successful senior IT executives. Based on their extraordinary private discussions over the past five years, it covers every facet of IT leadership: planning, budgeting, sourcing, architecture, strategy, and much more. If you're an IT leader-or you intend to become one-it's the most important book you'll read this year.
The authors' profits from this book will support a scholarship program for underprivileged students planning IT careersAbout the Author:
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.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2003. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Foreword by Regis McKenna. Foreword by Maynard Webb. Foreword by Dean Lane. 1. Within and Beyond: Understanding the Role of the CIO, by Stuart Robbins and Al Pappas. Perspective 1: The Extended Enterprise CIO. Perspective 2: Back to the Basics-What is a CIO? 2. Women CIOs, by Judy Armstrong. Why Single Out a Particular Group of CIOs? Why Is IT Unfriendly to Women? What Is IT Losing When Women Leave the IT Workforce? What Do We Need to Change to Attract More Women into the IT Profession. Why Do Some Women Prevail and Others Do Not? What Is Different for Women CIOs in Their First 90 Days? Who Are Some of the Successful Women CIOs, and Why? The Value of Women in IT. 3. The First 90 Days, by Mark Egan. Key Takeaways. Overview. Ninety-Day Tactical Plan. IT Organization Review. IT Strategic Plan. IT Architecture Blueprint. Management Recommendations. Pulling It All Together. 4. The Tao Perspective, by George Lin. An Indirect but Fundamental Approach. CIO Challenges. In Closing. 5. Communications: Communication Excellence in IT Management, by Brenda J Fox. The Problem: Us Versus Them. How to Break Down Stereotypes that Threaten Good Communication. Essential Management Practices that Produce Good Communication. What to Keep in Mind When Implementing Communication Tools and Practices. How to Make Yourself a Better Communicator. How to Know When Communication Is Good. Conclusion. 6. IT Organization, by Guy de Meester. Challenges in Determining the Ideal IT Organization. Centralized Versus Decentralized Organizational Structure. Reflections on Critical Information Systems Functions. Decisions and Topics Impacting the Organizational Model. Final Comments on IT Organizations. 7. Governance, by Danny Maco. The Paradox of IT. The Role of the New CIO. What Is Governance? Successful Governance. Skills to Help You Govern. Typical Governing Bodies. Considerations Related to Governing Bodies. Operational Governance. Creating a Governance Model for Your Organization. Putting a Governance Model in Place. Managing Expectations for Governance. How Much Energy Should Be Committed to Governance? Evolution of Governance. Mistaken Uses of Governance. Effect of Acquisitions on Governance. Summary. 8. Architecture, by John Dick, Holly Simmons, Maureen Vavra, and Steve Zoppi. Are We Having Fun Yet? Overview. The Classic Architecture Approach. Enterprise Architecture Overview. Planning for an Enterprise Architecture. Component Architecture. Multitier Architecture, Layer by Layer. Developing a Strategic IT Portfolio. 9. Strategic Outsourcing, by Bharat C Poria. Understanding Outsourcing. Elements of Outsourcing. Conclusion: Trends and Opportunities. 10. IT Workforce, by Dean Lane. Five Basics for Retaining IT Professionals. A Can-Do Attitude Cannot Be Beat. Conclusions. 11. Strategic Planning, by Maureen Vavra and Dean Lane. Chapter Profile. The CIO's Planning Role within the Business. Business Strategizing. Approaches to Setting Strategic Goals and Objectives. IT Planning. Steps to an IT Plan. Managing to Plan an Ongoing/Evergreen Planning. Milestones for Applications Portfolio Planning and Project Management. Setting Priorities. The Big Picture and Feedback Loop. 12. IT Infrastructure Management and Execution, by. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0131411152
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