From C-Suite leaders to SBU heads, what you do at the start of your tenure helps define your effectiveness long-term—and your job satisfaction. Here’s how to become a ‘thorough, grounded, visionary’ leader.
CHROs have had a lot thrown at them over the last two-plus years, but there’s no reason they have to accept an organization that doesn’t understand their challenges—or provide the support they need, says David Lewis, CEO of Operations Inc.
With demand high and supply low, it’s harder than ever to manage IT chief succession. A key strategy is for companies to clearly define the current role and how it will shift in the next few years—and that’s no easy task.
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