Hybrid work. Artificial intelligence. The Great Resignation. Supporting your employees has never been harder, and most companies are falling behind.
In this series, legendary leaders reveal the technologies and techniques you need to stay ahead of the curve — and build the perfect workplace. Ready to steal their secrets?
Many IT leaders feel stuck in the backroom, struggling to get visibility with the rest of the company. By using technology to solve core business problems, Laury Miller became a key strategic partner at Seagen. Nine months after joining the company, she was promoted to Senior VP and CIO. Now, she’s telling you how to do the same.
According to Deloitte, 77% of your employees feel burnt out. Jim Noga, CIO at Mass General Brigham, has spent 30 years figuring out how to tackle this issue. Listen for Jim’s tips on how he uses technology to keep employees engaged at work.
Working cross-functionally with so many different departments means a lot of input and ideas. What you need to do is sift through them to find the most meaningful initiatives. In this episode, Nelm Khangura, VP of Store and Colleague Solutions at Loblaw, shares her approach to the “idea funnel” — how she takes projects from idea to impact.
Most leaders think that alignment is the key to building a successful team. Patrick Thompson, Chief Information & Digital Transformation Officer at Albemarle, likes to focus on enablement. By developing his team to share that mindset, he’s completely transformed support at Albemarle — and seen 36 former employees become CIOs, CISOs, and CTOs.
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