The Insight of the Week 6/19-6/26 “Future of CIO” June 2020
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The “Digital Master” book series includes 28 books to share insight from the multidimensional digital lens and perceive the multi-faceted impact the digital era upon us is making to businesses and society. The content richness is not for its own sake, but to convey the vision and share the wisdom. Here is the weekly insight of digital leadership, IT Management, and Talent Management.
Critical Thinking and Multidisciplinary Management The business dynamic today is full of uncertainty, velocity, complexity, ambiguity, fierce competition, and continuous disruptions. The digital paradigm has many dimensions. It is like solving a jigsaw puzzle with thousands of pieces, easy to get lost. Thus, digital leaders and professionals need to develop critical thinking skills for making logical reasoning and practicing multidisciplinary management scenarios skillfully.
The Monthly Digital Framework Summary: GRC Framework and Components June 2020 The digital frameworks add value as they are implementations of the patterns to avoid having to reinvent the wheel, it helps the organization embed a digital culture into the very fabric of the business, explore digital in a structural way and laser focus on the most important things to get business digital ready.
Ecosystem Planning and Expansion With the exponential growth of information and emerging digital enterprise platforms and collaboration tools, everything is interconnected and the business ecosystem becomes more interdependent and dynamic than ever. The digital ecosystem expands when the business territories blur and the organizational communities broaden their scope and consume all sorts of resources.
Information-Intensive Innovation Many organizations feel overwhelmed by the exponential growth of data and continuous disruptions often led by emergent digital technology. Information is the most invaluable commodity individuals and organizations produce in the digital environment in which they currently function. And in fact, it’s one of the most intensive pieces of innovation that need to be managed successfully!
The Monthly CIO Debates Collection & “Digital IT” Book Tuning: Are You an Atypical CIO or a Stereotypical CIO June 2020 Due to the changing nature of technology, IT leadership roles also continue to involve & shift the focus, to move up the maturity level. More and more CIOs are requested to take more responsibility and many CIOs present the breadth of leadership competency. The proactive IT debates help IT leaders to brainstorm better ways to do things and improve management capabilities. Here are the monthly CIO debates collections about envisioning digital IT leadership and running high-performance digital IT organizations.
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