Spring Books for IT Leaders

Spring Books for IT Leaders

Spring Books for IT Leaders

By Dan Roberts WileyAvailable April 26, 2011 A collection of practical insights on making IT a more valued partner to business, by a longtime consultant and head of Ouellette & Associates.
Springtime brings a bevy of new of books for current and aspiring IT and business leaders. But this time around there’s more than your usual run of academic works by wonky types—the season’s new releases include a striking number of experienced-based books. Fran Dramis, the former BellSouth CIO, has a new take on career fulfillment. Doug Moran, a former Capital One CIO and Virginia state commissioner, offers perspectives on principled leadership. And USTA CIO, executive coach and CIO Insight contributor Larry Bonfante draws on years of experience in his new book on IT transformation. Also, a number of experts from the consulting arena look at the roles pressure and failure play in building successful leaders. Other new works focus heavily on the interplay of business and IT in our ever-changing economic landscape. All in all, this spring’s reading list offers a little something—or a few things—for everyone, no matter what your professional goals may be. Our editors’ picks should help build your reading list.
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Brian joined Baseline in March 2006. In addition to previous stints at Inter@ctive Week and The Net Economy, he's written for The News-Press in Fort Myers, Fla., as well as The Sunday Tribune in Dublin, Ireland. Brian has a B.A. from Bucknell University and a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.

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