5 Hot It Leadership Trends — And 4 Going Cold

Uncertainty, the rise of AI, and shifting forces in what constitutes winning culture are spurring IT leaders to revisit how they lead, coach, hire, and prepare IT for the future.

Amid disruptive leaps in technology, leaders who will succeed in the near future, say experts, are the ones who stay focused on a decidedly low-fi resource: their employees.

CIOs and others who manage technology teams are advised to see beyond the churn of constant upskilling, and consider what people excel at: creativity and critical thinking, business strategy, and building strong relationships that increase employee satisfaction while boosting the organisation’s performance.

To read what Andrey Ivashin, CIO at Dyninno Group, says, click here

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