Aug 5, 2009
A CIO's success depends on how well he/she influences a variety of internal and external people/teams, and it is particularly difficult to get things done when dealing with a random group of people that he/she doesn't directly manage. Influence management is the ability to influence others, especially those that an IT leader may lack direct influence over. How important is this skill for a CIO? How can an IT leader develop this skill?
Guest 1: Brian Simmermon
Title: Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Subaru of America, Inc.
Guest 2: Gerry McCartney
Title: Vice President of Technology and Chief Information Officer, Purdue University
Guest 3: Kevin Walker
Title: Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, American Electric Power
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