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Telling your Organization's Story

One of the most important responsibilities of a Chief Information Officer is to communicate the story of their organization, it's work, what drives its strategy, and most importantly - how it is succeeding. Over the past ten years I have found that a simple status and activity report, written for senior executives, can be an important and effective tool for doing just that. On a monthly basis, I compile this report and distribute it to the president, vice presidents, deans, and other campus leaders. Starting this August, this practice begins at the University of Georgia. 

Here is a link to this month's report for Enterprise Information Technology Services (EITS) at the University of Georgia.

EITS Status and Activity Report for August 2012

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