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The Accidental CIO

The Accidental CIO, written by Timothy M. Chester, Vice President for Information Technology at the University of Georgia, is a blog about leadership in the campus setting.

 

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Thursday's Hawkins Leadership Roundtable Agenda

On Thursday morning roundtable members and participants will convene together at 7:30am in room 209 A/C in the Orlando Conference center. This is the last meeting of the roundtable for 2014 and we hope that you have found our time together extremely beneficial. Our breakfast meeting will include remarks and some question time with Nancy Zimpher, the Chancellor of the State University of New York System, who will also be delivering the final keynote of the conference at 10:15 am.
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Wednesday's Hawkins Leadership Roundtable Agenda

Tomorrow’s Hawkins Leadership Roundtable activities will continue to connect participants with council members in ways that focus on developing participants’ leadership capabilities and elevating the work of their organizations.
 
The links for Tuesday’s slide presentation can be found here: http://bit.ly/1pEqErt
 
Wednesday’s lunch will begin at 11:30 am in room W209 A/B in the...

Gratitude

[grat-i-tood, -tyood]
noun 
 
  1. the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful, as in "He expressed his gratitude to everyone who worked so hard."
 
Regardless of how many ERP implementations one has under one's belt, you’re never quite prepared for the stress and emotional roller coaster that ensues when you are racing towards go-lives, working through disagreements on how to reduce scope to...

Completing the Circle

As IT leaders, our singular focus shouldn’t be to partner with the business or to align our work with the strategic goals of the enterprise; it should be to develop our staff into business professionals who add value through the use of technology. If we do that, both partnerships and alignment become givens. If our profession is to complete this circle of transformation, we have to dramatically rethink our approach regarding the professional development of the IT staff working...

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