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Today's leaders are expected to reduce costs, increase productivity, drive innovation, and help the business identify and pursue new business opportunities. Successful IT leaders will be the ones that become strategic business partners and decision influencers in their organizations. Leading IT Transformation describes in actionable detail, the new mindset, core skill set, and interpersonal tool set that are necessary for IT leaders to thrive in today's increasingly complex challenging business environment.
Provides tangible, hard-hitting, real-world strategies, techniques, and approaches that will immediately transform your IT workforce and culture
Includes Top Ten lists of tips and techniques, proven frameworks, and practical guidance to help you launch and sustain your IT culture change and professional development initiatives
Addresses how to build a client-focused IT culture; move your organization from order takers to trusted business partners, market IT's value, lead change with confidence, manage projects and vendor relationships
A special feature of this book includes a chapter profiling several world-class organizations that have implemented the principles in this book. Learn about the culture change challenges they overcame and benefit from their best practices and successes.
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By spmatl on 10-30-14
Too generic and not usefull
(Sorry to the author...)
I found this book to be a huge waste of time. I am the CIO of $2Bil+ company and I read a lot of books on IT management and strategy. This book has way too many generalities and does not provide concrete guidance. The book is a few years old and is starting to be a bit dated in term of some of the topics being covered.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Aegir on 09-11-17
7 hour sales pitch for project management
this was nothing more than an advertisement for a self serving industry that has spent the last 25 years convincing management of a solution to a made up problem read at an insanely slow pace. the real problem in IT is project managers and their insane idea that everything has to be a project. could not wait to be done with this book.