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Author Mann, Andi.

Title The innovative CIO : how IT leaders can drive business transformation / Andi Mann, George Watt, Peter Matthews.

Imprint [New York] : CA Press/Apress, 2012.


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Description 1 online resource
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Note Title from title screen.
Includes index.
Contents Innovation Matters -- Stories from the Trenches -- Innovation Is Not the Only "I" -- Business Innovation vs. IT Innovation -- Pull and Push -- Opportunities to Innovate Today -- Innovating with Consumer-Driven IT -- Opportunities to Innovate Tomorrow -- Making Innovation Intentional -- Connecting IT Innovation with Business Value -- The Dirty Little Secrets of Innovation -- What's Next for Me? -- Summary.
Summary Does your organization fumble when it comes to innovation? The Innovative CIO presents a pragmatic guide to overcoming the 10 innovation killers within your company. --Dennis McCafferty CIO Insight, 1/23/2013 ( Are you unwittingly stifling your employees entrepreneurial spirit? The Innovative CIO discusses innovation killers that could be holding back your small business or startup. --Paul Shread TIME/Business & Money, 1/29/2013 ( The Chief Information Officers influence in the business organization has been waning for years. The rest of the C-suite has come to regard Information Technology as slow, costly, error-prone, boring, and unresponsive to business needs. This perception blinds company leaders to the critical value IT can deliver and threatens the competitive health and long-term survival of their enterprise. The modern CIO must reassert the operational and strategic importance of technology to the enterprise and reintegrate it with every department and level of the business from boardroom to mailroom. IT leaders must design, sell, and implement a vigorous culture of IT competence and innovation that pervades the enterprise. The culture must be rooted in bidirectional exchange across organizations and C-level policies that drive technology innovation as the engine of business innovation. The authors, international IT strategists and innovators, quantify the benefits and risks of IT innovation, survey and rank the myriad innovation opportunities from mature, new, and emerging technologies, and identify the organizational structures and processes that have been proven to deliver ongoing innovation. Buttressing their brief with dozens of case studies and specific examples, The Innovative CIO shows you how to: Take advantage of the IT and business innovation opportunities created by new and emerging technologies Shift IT innovation from afterthought to prime mover in strategic business planning Inject IT into the dynamic core of your organizations culture, training, structure, practice, and policy.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Chief information officers.
Business -- Information technology.
Business -- Technological innovations.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior.
Business -- Technological innovations. (OCoLC)fst00842394
Chief information officers. (OCoLC)fst00854195
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Watt, George. Author.
Matthews, Peter. Author.
Other Form: Print version: Mann, Andi. Innovative CIO. [Austin, Tex.] : APress ; New York : Distributed in the US by Springer-Verlag, 2013 1430244100 (OCoLC)828197143
ISBN 9781430244110 (electronic bk.)
1430244119 (electronic bk.)
Standard No. 10.1007/978-1-4302-4411-0 doi
AU@ 000053294210
AU@ 000059643557
DEBBG BV041785105
DEBBG BV043609380
DEBSZ 407738177
NZ1 15579346

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