Lessons in IT Transformation: Technology Expert to Business Leader

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Wiley, Apr 4, 2011 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
Important insights into the true purpose of IT?from a CIO's perspective

Focusing on the qualities required to transform an organization through the lens of the CIO, this book provides practical advice on how to address key issues, as well as create a context for the type of leadership qualities required to broaden the CIO's impact in every aspect of the corporation.

  • Provides practical advice on key issues for leadership qualities
  • Looks at the differences between leadership and management and the need for effectiveness in both disciplines
  • Explores relationship management, communication skills, change management, developing human capital, sustainability, alignment, and qualities of great leaders

A timely look at how the IT function can become totally aligned with the strategies and operational direction of the business enterprise, Lessons in IT Transformation reveals how CIOs can?and should?evolve from managers of utility services to business leaders who can drive revenue, value, and process redesign.

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About the author (2011)

Larry Bonfante has held executive leadership positions over the past twenty-nine years in the financial, pharmaceutical, nonprofit, consulting, and sports and entertainment industries. He has received numerous industry accolades, including being named one of Computerworld's Premier 100 IT Leaders in 2009. As Chief Information Officer at the United States Tennis Association, his team is responsible for all information technology–related services supporting the U.S. Open, the most highly attended annual sporting event in the world. A founding member of the CIO Executive Council, he is the founder of CIO Bench Coach, LLC, an executive coaching practice for IT executives. He has served as a mentor and executive coach for many IT leaders in various industries and serves as Chairman of the Fairfield-Westchester chapter of SIM. He has been a guest lecturer for the master's degree programs at Columbia University, NYU, and Polytechnic Institute and is an accomplished public speaker who has presented at many industry conferences. He writes a leadership column and blog for CIO Insight magazine.

He can be reached at Larry@CIOBenchCoach.com.

You can learn more about his executive coaching practice at www.CIOBenchCoach.com.

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