If you’re in IT, then you know that your department — and maybe you personally — are on the receiving end of a lot of questions from other departments. Here’s a tip: If IT wants to be seen as a leader within the enterprise, then IT needs to be the function that asks the questions. Leaders ask questions — such as those that start with “How can we …” and “Why don’t we …” and “Don’t you think we should …”
In other words, leaders are endowed with vision that enables them to embrace the concept of change as something that makes growth and progress possible. How do you get to be a leader like that? What kind of attitude shift would be needed? And is the effort really worth it?
In our latest commentary from the INSIGHT IT series, VISION: Be the Change Leader Who Transforms the Business, we explore the potential for IT organizations to overcome attachment to the “known” and start spearheading the company’s pursuit of real competitive advantage.
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