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Should There be an IT Leadership Maturity Model?
If there are maturity models for the technology paradigms IT leaders adopt, wouldn’t it be possible to develop a maturity model for IT Leadership as well? That is, an IT Leadership maturity model that would help CIOs and their lieutenants to measure their current state and chart a path forward for them to improve and become more successful and effective. What would such a maturity model look like? How realistic is it to expect humans to follow a structured path like a maturity model, in order to acquire the competencies and experience suggested by such models? Could a “one size fits all” standard maturity model be created? Guest 1: Allan Hackney Title: Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, John Hancock Financial Services Guest 2: Tim Cook Title: Co-lead Information Officers Practice in the UK, Russell Reynolds For more details and related content: https://www.ciotalknetwork.com/should-there-be-an-it-leadership-maturity-model
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